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Is 'cancel culture' really helping us?

Is it time to cancel "cancel culture"? Human rights activist Loretta Ross prefers this alternative...

12/08/2020 8:07 PMupdated: 12/11/2020 11:53 AM

9 comments

  • Glen B.
    03/12/2021 20:30

    You should be in gitmo

  • Sandy O.
    03/08/2021 15:14

    What a lovely human being.

  • Jessica A.
    03/08/2021 13:25

    So much wisdom here.💕

  • John S.
    03/08/2021 13:11

    That makes no sense—“in a pluralistic democracy, you should be able to debate without disagreeing”... No. If you’re debating, then you disagree with your opponent (unless it’s a staged debate). How the hell is this person a professor?

  • Liban K.
    03/08/2021 09:32

    Tweet or hashtag about how you have created ASIS with the help of Wrstern OIL CORPORATIONS and let the death of thousands of innocent humanbeing Mr TERRORIST?

  • Raja M.
    03/08/2021 07:38

    very beautiful i love you

  • Сергій С.
    03/08/2021 02:34

    Обама чмо,налаиав багато дров,із його правління загинуло багато людей

  • Jeremiah T.
    03/08/2021 00:42

    How about people stop behaving in ways that makes others not want to have anything to do with them? It’s called the free market. If you don’t want your brand canceled then don’t do something that will upset your target market. People and businesses start thinking they are too big to fail. Fatal mistake.

  • James J.
    03/07/2021 23:54

    Cancel culture is hurting the country