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> That doesn't mean that our existing ones should be undesirable because of their gender and race.

Do you think that's an argument someone is making here?




Yes, I think parent saying "rather than" means that they prefer one over another. A both/and additive approach to diversity is much more just and healthy than an either/or zero-sum one. Indeed the latter just becomes discrimination in another form.




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