The ‘Benefits’ of Black Physics Students
by Jedidah C. Isler, December 17, 2015
A version of this op-ed appears in print on December 17, 2015, on page A39 of the New York edition with the headline: Being Black in Physics Class.
http://nyti.ms/1Pa07nu [printer-friendly URL]
Many laymen (meaning "not attorneys," as contrasted to those who are not scientists) have made fools out of themselves the last 10 days or so having vapors over Scalia's questions in oral argument.
But this physics PhD goes well beyond not have the remotest inkling of understanding what happened in court, much less understanding what the fight in Fisher is even about.
So, I'm curious to see if you two see the same defects in logic and self-awareness in this Op-Ed as I did. I think there's a howler in almost every paragraph . . . but maybe that's just me? Thus, I'm looking for some second opinions here - - y'all see anything odd or weak in her logic?