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Club meeting Jaideep Singh Black Student Association ECC The “N” word It started with the president, Jonathan Winn, handing out two pieces of paper to the audience. One colored green, and the other red. The topic at this week’s Black Student Union meeting was the use of the “N” word. At the beginning of the meeting we, the audience, were asked to raise the green paper if we felt that the “N” word was okay to use, and to raise the red paper if we felt that it was not okay to use the “N” word. Looking at the crowd, after the initial question was asked, almost reminded me of Christmas because of the amount of red and green papers raised. There was, obviously, a mixed emotion amongst the members on the use of the word. A topic of this magnitude and a group with diverse opinions, I knew, was going to make for a good discussion. Jonathan Winn started his power point presentation with the history of the use of “N” word. Although brief, the presentation, I thought, was well focused and centered on the main topic. The power point displayed various pictures: from the retail goods
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This note was uploaded on 06/23/2011 for the course ECON 12586 taught by Professor Yorambarzel during the Spring '09 term at University of Washington.

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