February 10, 1984

Unsubstantiated Charges of Racism Encourage Backlash

This letter to the editor responds to a previous article detailing a violation of black students' rights at a party. The writer asserts that civil rights violations are not necessarily racially motivated and illustrates this claim by describing how his own grandfather, a white man, was shot to death by police. While the writer concedes that racism exists, he maintains that claims of racism must be thoroughly substantiated.

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