I Doubt The Validity Of This Premise

"This film points to ways in which we can say what's on our minds without being accused of being bigots," says Trevor Phillips, former chief of equality measures in the UK, of his new documentary "Things We Won't Say About Race That Are True."


Assistant Village Idiot said...

Cultural figures with credibility may get to discuss the not-allowed. The rest of us won't. Or rather, the situations in which we may speak our minds will be very limited, and certain professions will become off-limits to us.

Grim said...

That's right. It's already mapped out in the 'privilege' narrative that means no one higher on the 'privilege' scale is supposed to speak while 'less privileges' persons are speaking. They lack the, ah, privilege.