Netflix has released “The Rachel Divide”, a documentary surrounding the aftermath of the debate sparked by questions of Rachel Dolezal’s racial identity. After careful review, the U Panic’d crew discuss race as a social construct and if Rachel can (or should) identify as Black.
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Here we go further into discussing Political Correctness by moving away from the comedians, and more into the role it plays in our society. We start off with a few definitions (including the definition of a social justice warrior), dissect some issues, and end with an explosive back and fourth on “Safe Spaces” in colleges and universities.
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