Your arguement about needing a place to be with others who look like you is a racist statement. Could a white guy say that without getting in trouble? I spent all of last summer working in Singapore. I could go several days without seeing another white guy (I'm white). However, it didn't make any difference to me. I had nice Asian friends, and, although their culture was different than mine, I enjoyed being with them. I didn't need a place to be with others who looked like me. Do we need a blond room or red hair room or Russian room? There are a whole lot of ways we can find differences between various groups within our population. Who gets the special room to celebrate these differences? I think we should celebrate commonality. At the same time you have the right to associate with any group; however, that is different than getting a special room for your race from the university.
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