Should the beliefs of historically oppressed…

On April 16th, we traveled to Purdue University and presented a complex claim: “When deciding between what’s true or false, the belief of persons in historically oppressed groups should get special consideration.” The conversation delved into how people interpret what is true or false, and if there are different types of truth (scientific facts vs. historical experience). After you watch the video, let us know your thoughts about how truth and falsity should be determined. This question rests at the heart of many current political and social disputes.

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