To the Editor:
In this week's Oberlin News Tribune, blacks complain about the high school teachers being unfair. Cries about racist teachers are heard throughout America, especially on college campuses. Perhaps it is just our perception as blacks that racism is rampant, or maybe it is merely the perception of whites that there is little or no racism in our school and on our campuses. Regardless of which perception is correct, blacks and whites need each other, and blacks and whites must communicate and cooperate more. Now is the time to begin and Oberlin is the ideal place for peaceful and constructive conversation.
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Volume 124, Number 23; May 3, 1996
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