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Rutgers University Declares Grammar 'Racist'

If you’re looking for peak idiocy from academic institutions who are falling all over themselves to kowtow to the mob’s notions of “social justice,” look no further.

The English Department at Rutgers University has declared that proper use of grammar is a hidden form of racism because it disadvantages students of “multilingual, non-standard ‘academic’ English backgrounds.”

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Formal language and everyday conversations

Gleiwitz

In reading this article, I wish I could ask a graduate of Rutgers what his thoughts were on this subject. Paul Robeson, class of 1919, spoke fluent English, as well as a dozen or more languages from around the world. When speaking (in English) he usually used formal grammar, but on occasion he would slip in some slang or colloquialisms. I feel all of us could learn a lot from his experiences and his legacy.

Gleiwitz

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