Diversity v. Racial Justice

I found this clip of an interview for a film that some Hampshire students were making on race and affirmative action. It’s about 5 minutes long, with some blank spots of a few seconds each in between. I ruminate a bit on how deceptive the term “diversity” is, and some of the features that racial justice entails, especially in an educational setting. I’m a bit blunt at various points, but hopefully this will illustrate some of the differences between me and a “Ron Paul” supporter (which I’ve been mistaken as, simply because I want the conversation about the racial injustices of the War on Terror to be addressed during this 2012 election year).


Author: Falguni A. Sheth

I'm a philosopher and political analyst who writes about all kinds of things, from national security, US politics, race, terrorism, miscegenation, feminism, philosophy, and whatever else captivates my attention. My views are idiosyncratic. I'd like to believe they're carefully considered, and I'm not particularly interested in following crowds.