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#1 Toriko42
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Link here

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"The measure prohibits classes that advocate ethnic solidarity, that are designed primarily for students of a particular race or that promote resentment toward a certain ethnic group. It also prohibits classes that promote the overthrow of the U.S. government.

The part of that bill that is puzzling is that is bans classes "that are designed primarily for students of a particular race." This seems alarmingly subjective. While this sentence is meant to target classes like "African-American History" or "Latin American Literature," wouldn't it also include classes focused on Romantic Literature or Victorian Literature since only one one race's works would be taught? The ambiguity in that language leaves itself open to so much manipulation.

State schools chief Tom Horne told the Huffington Post that the Mexican-American studies programs teach students that they were oppressed by White people, causing them to resent the race. They don't want this to happen."

They don't resent white people idiot, they just resent what those specific white people did to them.

Hooray for idiots. Arizona is ran by some backwards ass idiots.

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This is pretty old (I think), but I don't think it's been posted. Well, I don't see how this is defensible.

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To be honest i really dont give a poop about this anymore. In like, 100 years races will be so spread around the globe, its not gona matter

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It sounds like this is just for Tucson's school district so it isn't TOO bad...but still, I'm not sure what the point of banning something like an African-American History c|ass is. :?
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It doesn't sound like they are trying to take out black or latin history classes because anyone can take those.

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#6 kidsmelly
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What do they mean by white oppression? Like slavery? Or how the whites made the Indians leave their lands into reservations?

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#7 psychobrew
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Good for AZ. Classes should teach American solidarity. Yes, ethnic history should be taught, but it shouldn't be catered to a certain group of people.
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#8 kidsmelly
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It doesn't sound like they are trying to take out black or latin history classes because anyone can take those.

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Yea they are not banning but I just want to know what they can and can not teach.

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In all honesty I think this should be a really easy law to get around if the school district wanted. The district can just claim that white students might also want to take a class for African-American History and it should be fine, right?
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[QUOTE="Pirate700"]

It doesn't sound like they are trying to take out black or latin history classes because anyone can take those.

kidsmelly

Yea they are not banning but I just want to know what they can and can not teach.

True. This just sounds like another proposed law where people like the TC jump to conclusions about its purpose. As someone else said, schools should be teaching American solidarity anyway. From what I've read, I'm not against this proposition unless I'm misunderstanding its actual intents. The proposition is to do away with classes that are FOR specific races. Not about.

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#11 kidsmelly
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In all honesty I think this should be a really easy law to get around if the school district wanted. The district can just claim that white students might also want to take a class for African-American History and it should be fine, right? JML897

They are not baning the classes

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In all honesty I think this should be a really easy law to get around if the school district wanted. The district can just claim that white students might also want to take a class for African-American History and it should be fine, right? JML897
White students should.
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"ban classes designed for a particular race"

It seems clear what they're trying to do. This is so vague, it can be used in a lot of ways.

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#14 SaintLeonidas
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I guess we'll have to send them another message!

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This reminds me of the fact that several districts banned curriculum about the Old South because they felt it made black students resent whites. Soon districts will start banning teaching of the civil rights movement, once enough people forget about it.

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This reminds me of the fact that several districts banned curriculum about the Old South because they felt it made black students resent whites. Soon districts will start banning teaching of the civil rights movement, once enough people forget about it.

the_new_guy_92

There was something in Texas about removing Civil Rights leaders from history textbooks.

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Stupid. Blatant censorship. Jan Brewer is a Nazi, we already know this. Arizona is such an ass backwards state. Sickening.
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I guess we'll have to send them another message!

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A message or insta-genocide?

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Stupid. Blatant censorship. Jan Brewer is a Nazi, we already know this. Arizona is such an ass backwards state. Sickening.-Halftime-
AZ is actually one of the best run states in the union. And this isn't censorship. It's regulating what's taught in public schools. :|

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[QUOTE="-Halftime-"]Stupid. Blatant censorship. Jan Brewer is a Nazi, we already know this. Arizona is such an ass backwards state. Sickening.Pirate700

AZ is actually one of the best run states in the union. And this isn't censorship. It's regulating what's taught in public schools. :|

Yes, regulating the truth and facts..
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I have to say the timing for this could not have been any worse.
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[QUOTE="Pirate700"]

[QUOTE="-Halftime-"]Stupid. Blatant censorship. Jan Brewer is a Nazi, we already know this. Arizona is such an ass backwards state. Sickening.the_new_guy_92

AZ is actually one of the best run states in the union. And this isn't censorship. It's regulating what's taught in public schools. :|

Yes, regulating the truth and facts..

It's not regulating any facts. The proposed law (and that's the key word here) would make it illegal to have classes that are solely for (not about) students of a specific race. Classes such as black or latin American history would not be banned.

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[QUOTE="SaintLeonidas"]

I guess we'll have to send them another message!

CosmicZombie

A message or insta-genocide?

Hell yes

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#24 Pixel-Pirate
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The only problem is that it's too subjective.

Does this mean african american studies classes are illegal?

What about a class that teaches a specific language?

Too subjective, as such it probably wouldn't stand if tested.

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[QUOTE="Pirate700"]

[QUOTE="the_new_guy_92"][QUOTE="Pirate700"]AZ is actually one of the best run states in the union. And this isn't censorship. It's regulating what's taught in public schools. :|

Yes, regulating the truth and facts..

It's not regulating any facts. The proposed law (and that's the key word here) would make it illegal to have classes that are solely for (not about) students of a specific race. Classes such as black or latin American history would not be banned.

And all students would be treated the same.
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[QUOTE="the_new_guy_92"][QUOTE="Pirate700"]AZ is actually one of the best run states in the union. And this isn't censorship. It's regulating what's taught in public schools. :|

Pirate700

Yes, regulating the truth and facts..

It's not regulating any facts. The proposed law (and that's the key word here) would make it illegal to have classes that are solely for (not about) students of a specific race. Classes such as black or latin American history would not be banned.

It's BS. The classes that are being targeted are the same classes used around the nation. That focus on minority history, I have never seen a latin/black history class that only had the involved ethnicity in it. http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20100512/ap_on_re_us/us_arizona_ethnic_studies this quote says it all, and you know what this is about. "Public schools should not be encouraging students to resent a particular race, he said. "It's just like the old South, and it's long past time that we prohibited it," Horne said."
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[QUOTE="the_new_guy_92"][QUOTE="Pirate700"]AZ is actually one of the best run states in the union. And this isn't censorship. It's regulating what's taught in public schools. :|

Pirate700

Yes, regulating the truth and facts..

It's not regulating any facts. The proposed law (and that's the key word here) would make it illegal to have classes that are solely for (not about) students of a specific race. Classes such as black or latin American history would not be banned.

Where in this law does it say that? It's too subjective to me. I can interpret "for specific races" as "well...only black people will want to learn about african american history. Thus the class is just for them. Ban it".

Also does this extend to all classes or only ones run by the state specifically? Would private schools be affected? Could I make the case that a muslim school is specifically for arabic people and thus cannot exist in arizona?

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[QUOTE="Pirate700"]

[QUOTE="the_new_guy_92"] Yes, regulating the truth and facts..Pixel-Pirate

It's not regulating any facts. The proposed law (and that's the key word here) would make it illegal to have classes that are solely for (not about) students of a specific race. Classes such as black or latin American history would not be banned.

Where in this law does it say that? It's too subjective to me. I can interpret "for specific races" as "well...only black people will want to learn about african american history. Thus the class is just for them. Ban it".

"... that are designed primarily for students of a particular race or that promote resentment toward a certain ethnic group.It also prohibits ****s that promote the overthrow of the U.S. government."

I agree it is a little vague but it's just a proposition. It it were to even pass it would of course be ironed out with more clarity. I agree with what seems to be what it's going for. In fact, this proposition seems to be aiming at a much more PC public school system in the state.


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What's the point of taking a course if it doesn't encourage me to overthrow the government?
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On one hand, it seems eminently reasonable to ban classes that are structured such that they cause a reasonable student to feel resentment towards members of a certain ethnic heritage.

On the other hand, I can't exactly see what benefit is reaped from banning classes that simply teach students about their own ethnic heritage, which this bill also seems to do.

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On one hand, it seems eminently reasonable to ban classes that are structured such that they cause a reasonable student to feel resentment towards members of a certain ethnic heritage.

On the other hand, I can't exactly see what benefit is reaped from banning classes that simply teach students about their own ethnic heritage, which this bill also seems to do.

GabuEx

Which I feel is a serious issue and not helping Arizonas image much.

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On one hand, it seems eminently reasonable to ban classes that are structured such that they cause a reasonable student to feel resentment towards members of a certain ethnic heritage.

On the other hand, I can't exactly see what benefit is reaped from banning classes that simply teach students about their own ethnic heritage, which this bill also seems to do.

GabuEx

The bill is not tying to ban ban such classes. It specifically says classes that are designed for students of a specific race. Classes like black history or Latin history are not designed for a specific student/race's attendance. They would not be banned.

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[QUOTE="GabuEx"]

On one hand, it seems eminently reasonable to ban classes that are structured such that they cause a reasonable student to feel resentment towards members of a certain ethnic heritage.

On the other hand, I can't exactly see what benefit is reaped from banning classes that simply teach students about their own ethnic heritage, which this bill also seems to do.

Pirate700

The bill is not tying to ban ban such classes. It specifically says classes that are designed for students of a specific race. Classes like black history or Latin history are not designed for a specific student/race's attendance. They would not be banned.

The problem is it's way too vague. If I was a lawyer I could easily debate that black history is meant specifically for black students.

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Let's not be foolish now. How many kids are gaining their cultural identity from history class?

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[QUOTE="Pirate700"]

[QUOTE="GabuEx"]

On one hand, it seems eminently reasonable to ban classes that are structured such that they cause a reasonable student to feel resentment towards members of a certain ethnic heritage.

On the other hand, I can't exactly see what benefit is reaped from banning classes that simply teach students about their own ethnic heritage, which this bill also seems to do.

Pixel-Pirate

The bill is not tying to ban ban such classes. It specifically says classes that are designed for students of a specific race. Classes like black history or Latin history are not designed for a specific student/race's attendance. They would not be banned.

The problem is it's way too vague. If I was a lawyer I could easily debate that black history is meant specifically for black students.

No you couldn't make that argument and expect it to have any ground. Black history month is for every race thus why it's tought in US history.

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[QUOTE="the_new_guy_92"][QUOTE="Pirate700"]AZ is actually one of the best run states in the union. And this isn't censorship. It's regulating what's taught in public schools. :|

Pirate700

Yes, regulating the truth and facts..

It's not regulating any facts. The proposed law (and that's the key word here) would make it illegal to have classes that are solely for (not about) students of a specific race. Classes such as black or latin American history would not be banned.

Didn't it say designed for a specific race?

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"However, I've never seen such blatant, institutionalized large-scale racism like we've seen in Arizona over the past month. First, there was SB 1070, which you might have heard of."

Well, that's one way to showcase bias, and stupidity. Immigration bill is by no means racist. It's borderline ridiculous to call it that. :|

Edit: Furthermore, I fail to see what's racist about this proposed bill.

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[QUOTE="Pirate700"]

[QUOTE="the_new_guy_92"] Yes, regulating the truth and facts..SgtKevali

It's not regulating any facts. The proposed law (and that's the key word here) would make it illegal to have classes that are solely for (not about) students of a specific race. Classes such as black or latin American history would not be banned.

Didn't it say designed for a specific race?

Yes it did. Black history classes are not designed for a race though as it's part of US history and world history.

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[QUOTE="GabuEx"]

On one hand, it seems eminently reasonable to ban classes that are structured such that they cause a reasonable student to feel resentment towards members of a certain ethnic heritage.

On the other hand, I can't exactly see what benefit is reaped from banning classes that simply teach students about their own ethnic heritage, which this bill also seems to do.

Pirate700

The bill is not tying to ban ban such classes. It specifically says classes that are designed for students of a specific race. Classes like black history or Latin history are not designed for a specific student/race's attendance. They would not be banned.

Well, we'll see.

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[QUOTE="SgtKevali"]

[QUOTE="Pirate700"]It's not regulating any facts. The proposed law (and that's the key word here) would make it illegal to have classes that are solely for (not about) students of a specific race. Classes such as black or latin American history would not be banned.

Pirate700

Didn't it say designed for a specific race?

Yes it did. Black history classes are not designed for a race though as it's part of US history and world history.

But that's what they're going to argue. You can dismiss that argument, but don't think the people in charge will.

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You know, if this were any other country with a rich, millenia-old history I could understand this concept.

But its not

This is America...a nation of immigrants. Preventing ethnic studies is, in my opinion, one of the most un-American things you can do. The whole beauty of this country is its diversity; diversity of environment, diversity of religion, and diversity of culture and peoples.

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[QUOTE="Pirate700"]

[QUOTE="GabuEx"]

On one hand, it seems eminently reasonable to ban classes that are structured such that they cause a reasonable student to feel resentment towards members of a certain ethnic heritage.

On the other hand, I can't exactly see what benefit is reaped from banning classes that simply teach students about their own ethnic heritage, which this bill also seems to do.

GabuEx

The bill is not tying to ban ban such classes. It specifically says classes that are designed for students of a specific race. Classes like black history or Latin history are not designed for a specific student/race's attendance. They would not be banned.

Well, we'll see.

You're right, we will see. I doubt we'll ever even hear about this again anyway. It's just a random proposition. :lol:

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[QUOTE="GabuEx"]

[QUOTE="Pirate700"]The bill is not tying to ban ban such classes. It specifically says classes that are designed for students of a specific race. Classes like black history or Latin history are not designed for a specific student/race's attendance. They would not be banned.

Pirate700

Well, we'll see.

You're right, we will see. I doubt we'll ever even hear about this again anyway. It's just a random proposition. :lol:

But what would we have left if we couldn't argue about things that ultimately don't affect us at all? :P

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[QUOTE="Pirate700"]

[QUOTE="GabuEx"]

Well, we'll see.

GabuEx

You're right, we will see. I doubt we'll ever even hear about this again anyway. It's just a random proposition. :lol:

But what would we have left if we couldn't argue about things that ultimately don't affect us at all? :P

happiness and the ability to get along with our fellow man?

;)

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Doesn't sound like they are banning it...

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[QUOTE="GabuEx"]

[QUOTE="Pirate700"]You're right, we will see. I doubt we'll ever even hear about this again anyway. It's just a random proposition. :lol:

mrbojangles25

But what would we have left if we couldn't argue about things that ultimately don't affect us at all? :P

happiness and the ability to get along with our fellow man?

;)

Right, we'd have nothing at all.

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If the federal government did their job and enforced immigration laws, people wouldn't be overreacting with xenophobia and asinine "make a statement" state laws.

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Arizona is and embarrassment to this country. I'm taking a Mexican-American Literature class in college right now. It doesn't have anything to do with hating White people. We don't even talk about White people. We talk about literature, Mexican-American literature. :|
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#50 Chutebox
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Arizona is and embarrassment to this country. I'm taking a Mexican-American Literature class in college right now. It doesn't have anything to do with hating White people. We don't even talk about White people. We talk about literature, Mexican-American literature. :|Tauruslink
How is this? They are not banning ethnic studies classes and they aren't racial profiling with their new law.