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Letter: Privilege is a divisive concept

I feel compelled to respond to Carol Pomeroy’s article about the Fame statue (“We’re better than that — relocate Fame,” in Tuesday’s Post).

She states that she is privileged because she is white. There is no such thing as white privilege. That is just an idea invented by the so-called intellectuals that now run our institutions of higher learning with the purpose of dividing people. We are all Americans.

Our higher education system has become nothing more than an indoctrination zone for ridiculous ideas like microagressions, safe spaces, moral relativism, the absence of truth and white privilege. These fallacies have now infiltrated our society, and I am not buying what you’re selling. The more you beat that ridiculous drum, the more you divide.

Either you are a uniter or a divider. Which one will you be?

— Wayne Drye

Salisbury

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