Something Is Missing from Bronx Zoo’s Apology

African-American history, Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition, American Eugenics Society, Black Lives Matter, Bronx Zoo, Civic Biology, Cristián Samper, Culture & Ethics, Darwinian evolution, Discovery Institute, eugenics, Evolution, evolutionary science, Fox News, George Floyd, Henry Fairfield Osborn, Human Zoos, Igorot, John West, Madison Grant, Monkey Zoo, multiplication table, New York Times, Ota Benga, Philippines, pseudoscientific racism, pygmy, Robin DiAngelo, Seattle, The Passing of the Great Race, University of Washington, White Fragility, Wildlife Conservation Society
The truth is that placing a man in the Monkey House was intended as an education for the public in Darwinian evolution. Source
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White Fragility — A Free Pass for Scientists?

Africans, Alexander H. Stephens, blacks, Carl Bergstrom, Caucasians, Christopher Rufo, city employees, Civic Biology, Confederacy, Cornerstone Speech, Culture & Ethics, Darwinists, Ethiopian, eugenics, Europe, Evolution, genocide, human evolution, Human Zoos, John West, North American, Origin of Species, racial injustice, Robin DiAngelo, scientific racism, Scopes Monkey Trial, Seattle, Second Reich, self-talk, The Biology of the Second Reich, The Descent of Man, thought-policing, United States, University of Washington, White Fragility, whites
“White Fragility” is the phrase of the moment. It refers to an unwillingness on the part of white people to admit “complicity” with racism. Source
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