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    IstandApr 14, 2013 at 11:02 pm

    Yes yes yes!! This is definitely something that we need. I think we need to look up the definitions of terms like social justice, freedom, equality, racism etc because I feel like people just throw them around to justify their opinion and not to carry on a conversation that will help multiple participants to be comfortable within that conversation.

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    freedombelieverApr 14, 2013 at 10:49 pm

    Thank you. I think this goes well with Asha’s new article “All Organizations must be Inclusive”. It’s hard to not be upset when you’re being attacked for being racist, homophobic, or anti-feminist and have no idea what Social Justice is really standing for. I would love to see these talks begin to be more inclusive so maybe we can start moving forward on these issues.

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    Taylor AlwineMar 28, 2013 at 12:20 pm

    What a nicely said opinion piece, one of the best I’ve read on this site yet! Good job!

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    Ian ArturoMar 28, 2013 at 3:38 am

    This is a great article. I hope that every student at Allegheny reads it, as we are in desperate need of genuine social justice conversations, not one-way, I’m right, you’re wrong ones. Social justice is extremely important, but we must not have a few radicals hijack the discourse, condescend others, and frankly, alienate over half the campus. Civil dialogues can, and will advance social justice and understanding on our campus. We need more moderate voices to prevent our campus from looking like Congress.

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Social justice conversations must include all students