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Audra L

Audra L. is an author, columnist and community activist who's dedicated to finding truth through research and effective communication. She received her degree in Public Policy and teaches Community Development, Public Speaking and Communications Law to youth throughout the nation. She is the recipient of over 23 awards and honors for her commitment to community outreach initiatives.

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    Steve Harrison

    I did my student teaching for social studies in a high school in the same district I graduated from thirty years before. This is a big urban district with this particular building having about 50% of the students being black at the time. The word has multiple meanings depending on the context of the speaker at that moment. As a white person I would never have been allowed to use that word but the black teachers could. I personally have no use for it as I see it as a lazy person’s word and having served nine years in the US Army, I can find other ways to express myself.

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    Sol Koppel

    Not acceptable at all because of the denotation, referent, or idea associated with the word or phrase and is something that is conveyed or intended, especially by language; sense or significance. Its full of meaning and is expressive with bigoted belief!

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    A Swain

    Political Correctness is taking a beating and about time too.

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