Life Isn't FairThis opinion article responds to a recent instance in which a black student claimed that a delivery driver refused to deliver food to her on the basis of her race. The writer refutes this, arguing instead that the driver refused to deliver to an unsafe neighborhood, and in this sense discrimination between neighborhoods is necessary. As a further illustration of discrimination, he cites the fact that women pay lower car insurance rates than men because they are viewed as less of a liability.
|Tags||race, student publications|
|Subject||College student newspapers and periodicals, Feminism and higher education|
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