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Wednesday, February 28, 2024

Why ‘Trauma of Caste’ is another attempt to hurt rather heal

“Why ‘Trauma of Caste’ is another attempt to hurt rather heal”, Theaustraliatoday, December 19, 2022:

“It seems like everywhere one turns, “caste” is in the news these days. First, there was Isabel Wilkerson’s book on “caste”, promoted by Oprah Winfrey. Then came the lawsuit against Cisco by California’s DFEH alleging “caste discrimination” in the workplace. California State University system declared “caste” to be a protected category.

The latest to climb on the “caste” bandwagon is Brown University. In their announcement, Brown admitted that: “The previous policy would have protected people experiencing caste discrimination, but we felt it was important to lift this up and explicitly express a position on caste equity.”

In other words, Brown made an unnecessary policy change without regard for consequences, just to make a political point….”

Read the full article at Theaustraliatoday.com

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