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Tuesday, December 15, 2015

 

Glenn Reynolds Asks: Why are feminists so racist?


Ashe Schow
Harvard Law professors Jeannie Suk and Janet Halley are outspoken critics of current campus sexual assault policies. One reason for their opposition is that most of the accusations they have seen have been made against minority students.

Suk, writing for the New Yorker, outlined the past "historical bias against victims," who were not believed, but suggested that bias not be replaced "with the tenet that an accuser must always and unthinkingly be fully believed." Swinging the pendulum in this way has played right into another crime narrative — the overcriminalization of black men.

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