Go and be a part of things, and protest them. Thats great. I think everybody has that right. I certainly respect that. But I just think that this just creates more division. Thats what I hate to see. As Dabo Swinney and numerous third- and fourth-graders will tell you, division is bad; what Swinney fails or refuses to comprehend and acknowledge is that the aim of protest isnt unity, but change. http://foresthillmotel.com/eastonperrycanada/2016/09/13/a-further-analysis-of-clear-cut-interview-body-language-tactics/This misunderstanding is a transgression, but not his worst. Swinneys masterpiece is saved for the end of Brenners piece, and manages to adduce an impressive number of irrelevant truths in service of an implicit, often-made, and ever-racist point about how black people are insufficiently grateful to whites: I think the answer to our problems is exactly what they were for Martin Luther King when he changed the world. Love, peace, education, tolerance of others, Jesus, Swinney said. A lot of these things in this world were only a dream for Martin Luther King. Not a one-term, but a two-term African-American president.
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They’ll have plenty of people involved in the debate that were also engaged with the NCAA. But those are going to be individual decisions, not national association’s. Nor should they be.” In a news release Monday, the NCAA said the decision by its board of governors came ”because of the cumulative actions taken by the state concerning civil rights protections.” The law – known as HB2 – requires transgender people to use restrooms at schools and government buildings corresponding to the sex on their birth certificates. It also excludes gender identity and sexual orientation from local and statewide antidiscrimination protections. HB2 was signed into law by Republican Gov. Pat McCrory earlier this year. A spokesman with McCrory’s office couldn’t be reached for comment Monday evening, but a spokeswoman with the state Republican party blasted the NCAA’s decision in a statement, saying it is ”so absurd it’s almost comical.” ”I wish the NCAA was this concerned about the women who were raped at Baylor,” spokeswoman Kami Mueller said. Emmert told the AP the two issues are not related. ”This is an issue in the midst of a political season that is clearly going to stir a lot of debate and discussion on both sides of the issue,” he said. ”The decision, of course, occurred completely independent of what kind of year it was around politics.
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