Stand up to bullies
To the Editor:
I’ve hated bullies ever since I was a little kid, so was happy when the Northwest Herald ran its series recognizing that bullying doesn’t end on the school playground. But if we don’t identify where it begins and acknowledge its acceptance and prevalence in our society, I don’t see how we can reduce it.
Bullying is the handmaiden of a sense of entitlement that has been with us throughout our patriarchal history. In America alone, look at what the white male sense of superiority and entitlement gave us – near annihilation of native Americans, enslavement of African blacks, relegation of women to chattel, etc.
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