Professors have to keep publishing to get a raise every year. The quality of thought that goes into the writing may leave something to be desired, but a pub is a pub, which equals a raise.
Identifying a new way that blacks are discriminated against by whites is a sure-fire way to get published.
When you see a black, do you think to yourself “disabled?” That’s the hypothesis here.
A black law professor argues that African Americans should embrace the notion that being black in America is a disability as a new legal strategy toward enacting protections for the black community against unconscious bias, stereotyping and structural inequality.
Well, she may have a point. Stupidity may be a disability.