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Tuesday, May 16, 2006
Right on the heels of this controversy, a number of smaller special interest groups have come out in favor of removing certain programming from Sesame Street, saying that it has continued the culture of divisiveness in this country.
Not surprisingly, this last comment brought about quite a strong reaction from the The Mathematical Association of America:
When asked to comment, a spokesman for WEAC had the following to say:
Update: As usual... real life mimics parody. The Agitator points to this new definition of racism in the Seattle Public School System (emphasis mine):
So with this definition, exactly who isn't a racist?
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