The trend toward establishing race dorms is the essence of hypocrisy on the part of college administrators (“Reject Black-led racial separatism on campus,” New York Daily News, Nov. 30). On one hand, they say that racial diversity is desirable because students learn from each other outside of lecture halls. But on the other, they support segregated residences.
They can’t have it both ways. Open learning cannot take place when dorms are established. The irony is that when whites attempt to separate themselves from blacks, school officials decry the move. But they have no problem when blacks attempt to separate themselves from whites.
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