I don’t know why I’m white.

Photo courtesy of Devin Ream Photography, www.devinream.com.

Photo courtesy of Devin Ream Photography, www.devinream.com.

Eric Braman,
Eugene, OR.
University of Oregon

Eric is a performer from the group Rehearsals for Life.

As part of the University of Oregon’s Identity Project, students from the University of Oregon Rehearsals for Life group organized and performed a skit that mirrored the theme of Michelle Norris’ “Race Card Project.” Their act touches on ideas of identity and race in America and simulates the overall discussion about race happening worldwide. For more information, please visit the Race Card Project page.

Cosponsored with UO Student Affairs and the Center on Diversity and Community.

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– See more at: http://media.uoregon.edu/channel/2013/11/26/the-race-card-project-theatrical-reading/#sthash.DHaVcsVK.dpuf

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5 Responses to "I don’t know why I’m white."
  1. Homo_Occidentalis says:

    You should give up, D.B. I don’t even think this is a real person. It’s just a mindless diversitybot which can only spout the same rainbow-friendly stock phrases over and over without thinking for itself. Critical thinking is actively discouraged on the modern college campus, which has become something like a mass lobotomy center for white youth to deracinate them from any sense of white European identity.

    • c684570 says:

      Meanwhile, the diversity-loving professors live in areas that are 99% White. Perhaps they should uproot their lives and move to the ghetto around people of color to see how much they TRULY love diversity.

  2. Berserker says:

    ERIC –
    You have abandoned your survival instincts.
    Go tour an inner-city (filled with disadvantaged yoofs) and recapture those lost instincts.

  3. c684570 says:

    I love when insane people like Eric Braman – who is most likely JEWISH based on his surname, and not White at all – post insane stuff like this only to be destroyed in the comments’ sections. I love the internet! Long live the internet!

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