USD's Lawrence M. Hinman Pens U-T Op-Ed
Hinman, a professor of philosophy at the University of San Diego, writes often about ethics.
Many Native Americans and Blacks are Still Suffering
The election of Barack Obama appeared to signal the advent of a post-racial America, a country in which – in Dr. King’s ringing words – people could be judged by the content of their character rather than the color of their skin. While Obama’s election did breech a political color barrier, ironically, it appears that gender, not race, faded into the background. Witness the crowded Republican primary in which both male and female contenders were judged by the content of their character and not by the color of their clothes. (Full Story)
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