Not often does one associate brownies, cookies and cupcakes with hot-topic issues such as race and gender. However, a student group at UC Berkeley managed to do just that.
If you've been following for a whlie, you know that I went to a pretty racist school. What you don't know is that I actually attended one such bake sale and sure, minorities get discounted goods, but those goods are not created equally.
There's a big huff and puff going on in Berkeley... the Republicans are up in arms about the whole affirmative action madness. They hate the whole idea, and they've put on a bake sale to make a point.
The University of California - Berkeley College Republicans should be congratulated for speaking the truth to power about the odious race-based discrimination that occurs at colleges all across the country.
I'm surprised College Republican groups are still doing the pay by race bake sale thing. That's so 2000.
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