Coded Language, White nationalism, Colin Kaepernick
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The Sept. 6. 2016, edition of The Maine Campus included a degrading opinion piece rife with the perpetuation of crippling stereotypes that have had an enormous effect onthe African-American community. Editor Jacob Posik’s piece “Kaepernick saga telling of America’s racial divides” not only included gross generalizations of the African-American community but also displayed an alarming apathy towards police brutality and the lives and valid concerns of his fellow Americans. This piece dangerously spews racial rhetoric that is offensive and has no place for a liberal school campus.
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Witthauer, Sarah, "Response to "Kaepernick saga telling of America’s racial divides"" (2016). University of Maine Racial Justice Collection. 165.