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Unformatted text preview: conversation or discover some fact. The perpetrators want the “victim” to take a loss and feel like he is less than nothing. Lawrence argues that universities should provide equal educational opportunities among different races. He maintains the idea that a student walking across campus should not feel threatened about the possibility of an assaulting speech attack. Unanticipated rallies have no choice but to be regulated at all times. One last point the author makes deals with the mental decisions minorities can and need to make. When decided that racial speech should be allowed, blacks and other targeted groups have to accept horrible fate just for the good of all others. It is mandatory that these minorities still must be heard on their concerns. The essay implies that those in the fight against racist speech must be persistent and passionate about their cause in order to gain what they deserve....
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- Fall '09
- Writing, First Amendment to the United States Constitution, racist speech