Re: what constituted discrimination? -Reply -Reply

C123S105L (
Fri, 13 Mar 1998 10:36:44 EST

dear Peggy:
Thanks for your reply. However I do not see the difference either in attitude
or word
meaning (DEFINITION) or ' in those who discriminate and those who are
biased...'' It seems to me that some creative mind came up with that
distinction in
order to ''gloss over'' some every day realities. Ingrid's teacher continues
to refuse to cite women composers and we believe that denying girls the
information the WOMEN DID,DO EXIST in this important discipline is a
discriminatory position she has taken. But of course if you are an attorney I
understand the distinction. Iam wondering now , if someone is BIASED to the
degree of denying female students
crucial information...when or does it become a ''legal issue''?
Lesemann <>

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