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Racially Charged Anti-Affirmative Action Carol Parody Printed in College Journal December 12, 2006

Posted by C.A.R.D in affirmative action, anti-affirmative action, Card, Citizens Against Racism and Discrimination, Discriminate, Discrimination, Racism, Racist.
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The magazine Primary Source of Tufts University has printed a racially charged anti-affirmative action parody of a Christmas Carol. The carol is called “O Come All Ye Black Folk.” Douglas Kingman, the journal’s news editor has stated that “The Primary Source regrets that the purpose of the carol was not clearly communicated. The carol was intended as a satirical criticism of affirmative action and was, in fact, intended as an anti-racist statement.” The carol is as follows:

 

 

“O Come All Ye Black Folk

Boisterous yet Desirable

O come ye, O come ye to our University

Come and we will admit you,

Born in to oppression;

O come let us accept them,

O come let us accept them,

O come let us accept them,

Fifty-two black freshman.

 

O Sing, gospel choirs,

We will accept your children,

No matter what your grades are, F’s, D’s, or G’s,

Give them all privileged status; We will welcome all.

O come let us accept them,

O come let us accept them,

O come let us accept them,

Fifty-two black freshman.

 

All come! Blacks, we need you,

Born into the ghetto.

O Jesus!We need you now to fill our racial quotas.

Descendants of Africa, with brown skin arriving:

O come let us accept them,

O come let us accept them,

O come let us accept them,

Fifty-two black freshman.”

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