The New York Times worldview in two equations

From yesterday’s editorial “Race, College, and Safe Space” (hat tip to Steve Sailer):

I grew up in the rural South when racial segregation was no longer the law, but remained the norm. I have gone to predominately black schools most of my life, schools that began so or became so because of white people’s deep desire to resist racial commingling. But what was born of hate, black folks infused with pride and anointed with value.

Two equations:

Whites wanting their own space = hate

Blacks wanting their won space = pride and value

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