The five most moronic and dangerous woke ideas of 2020

The five most moronic and dangerous woke ideas of 2020

[Ed. – The list provides useful information, though some of it — cultural appropriation, for example — seems dated.]

Abolitionism

Who doesn’t support abolition, as in the abolishment of slavery? In today’s woke context, however, abolition suggests we abolish police and prisons. …

Cultural Appropriation

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LeRhonda S. Manigault-Bryant, a professor of Africana studies at Williams College, says that the term “refers to taking someone else’s culture — intellectual property, artifacts, style, art form, etc. — without permission.”…

Brown Complicity

This concept suggests that Brown people have often refused to distance themselves from and have sometimes been complicit in white supremacy and “anti-Blackness.” Brown complicity demonizes Asian and Latino groups who have found success in American society. …

Research Justice

This concept suggests that scientific research institutions should empower marginalized voices in the scientific process, cite minority research, and provide marginalized groups the “capacity and resources to use and wield all forms of its knowledge to effectively advance their agenda.”

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