College Writing Center Director Says Proper Grammar is 'Racist'Chris Menahan
Feb. 20, 2017
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Expecting students to use proper grammar is "racist" and reflective of "white supremacy," at least according to the University of Washington Tacoma's writing program director Asao Inoue.
From The Daily Caller:
An “antiracist” poster in a college writing center insists American grammar is “racist” and an “unjust language structure,” promising to prioritize rhetoric over “grammatical ‘correctness.'”
In the introduction to its “commitment” section, the Tacoma Writing Center pledges to “listen and look carefully and compassionately for ways we may unintentionally perpetuate racism or social injustice, actively engaging in antiracist practices” before making nine specific promises to students.A brief look at Inoue's twitter shows he's an anti-white hate preacher obsessed with deconstructing "whiteness."
Last year, The Guardian's Mona Chalabi similarly said correcting people on their grammar is "racist."
"The people pointing out [grammar] mistakes are more likely to be older, wealthier, whiter, or just plain academic than the people they're treating with condescension," Chalabi said.
Perhaps someone should inform these people "white folks" invented English and created the standards so their ideas could be properly understood. English grammar rules were put in place to ensure clarity of communication, not to "oppress people of color."
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