NO to the New York Times

2020-10-16T14:31:12+00:00October 16th, 2020|

TO THE NEW YORK TIMES: AN OPEN LETTER TO THE ETHICIST It is ironic that Kwame Anthony Appiah is “the ethicist” for the New York Times. An ethicist is a person who specializes in or writes on ethics or who is devoted to ethical principals. Appiah is “the ethicist” for the NY Times and wrote a column last week titled “I’m Jewish and Don’t Identify as White. Why Must I Check that Box?” The particularly important first fact is that the writer doesn’t have to check the White box at [...]

Another Open Letter

2020-06-23T06:14:35+00:00June 23rd, 2020|

TO THE NEW YORK TIMES: AN OPEN LETTER TO THE ETHICIST I wish I could thank Kwame Anthony Appiah for setting the multiracial movement back over fifty years, but I can’t. He is “the ethicist” for the NY Times and wrote a column this week titled “How Should I think about Race when Considering a Sperm Donor?” Basically, it is about a White, Jewish woman who is considering sperm donation and cannot decide if it matters that the father could be a donor of color. First, Appiah manages to turn [...]

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