Blood Sport — Safe Workplace? Incognito vs Martin

 

Clarence Lang wrote this piece, Race, Class, Labor and the (not so) Incognito Controversy.

Lang quotes Jason Whitlock, ESPN sportswriter, who said that black Dolphins players granted “honorary black” status to Incognito while feeling little connection to Martin, “a child and grandchild of Harvard educated professors.”

Lang: The fact that the principals involved in this saga are all elite male athletes engaged in blood sport should not blind us to the fact that everyone, regardless of salient identities, is deserving of safe workspaces.

The fact that the principals involved in this saga are all elite male athletes engaged in blood sport should not blind us to the fact that everyone, regardless of salient identities, is deserving of safe workspaces. – See more at: http://portside.org/2013-11-13/race-class-labor-and-not-so-incognito-controversy#sthash.8hPlor9X.dpuf
Whitlock lamented the fact that “black Dolphins players granted [Incognito] ‘honorary’ status as a black man while feeling little connection” to Martin – See more at: http://portside.org/2013-11-13/race-class-labor-and-not-so-incognito-controversy#sthash.8hPlor9X.dpuf
Whitlock lamented the fact that “black Dolphins players granted [Incognito] ‘honorary’ status as a black man while feeling little connection” to Martin – See more at: http://portside.org/2013-11-13/race-class-labor-and-not-so-incognito-controversy#sthash.8hPlor9X.dpuf
Whitlock lamented the fact that “black Dolphins players granted [Incognito] ‘honorary’ status as a black man while feeling little connection” to Martin – See more at: http://portside.org/2013-11-13/race-class-labor-and-not-so-incognito-controversy#sthash.8hPlor9X.dpuf
Race, Class, Labor, and the (Not So) Incognito Controversy – See more at: http://portside.org/2013-11-13/race-class-labor-and-not-so-incognito-controversy#sthash.8hPlor9X.dpuf
lamented the fact that “black Dolphins players granted [Incognito] ‘honorary’ status as a black man while feeling little connection” to Martin  ( – See more at: http://portside.org/2013-11-13/race-class-labor-and-not-so-incognito-controversy#sthash.8hPlor9X.dpuf
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