Thursday, March 12, 2015

Lesson Not Learned

There was a suggestion that instead of expelling the SAE frat boys from the University of Oklahoma, they stay in school and learn about how racist videos are not a good idea.  It’s a teachable moment.

Something tells me that it won’t sink in.

2 barks and woofs on “Lesson Not Learned

  1. I learned (why do I care enough to learn?) that SAE was formed in the aftermath of the Confederacy in Alabama – maybe Louisiana. Their goal was to reestablish Dixie in all its primordial loveliness. What happened at OU isn’t an outlier. It’s the nature of the beast.

  2. A member of the same fraternity that was recently banned from the University of Oklahoma over a racist chant reportedly took to Twitter this week with a series of racially charged tweets before deleting his account.

    This, from a junior. Additional (remedial) social science education is unlikely to be of use here – and that’s assuming OU has an African-American Studies program.

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