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An op-ed in Concordia College’s student newspaper argues that St. Patrick’s Day, like Cinco de Mayo, is a form of “cultural appropriation” on the part of revelers who do not share those ethnicities. Johnny Wagner writes Thursday in The Concordian. St. Patrick’s Day, is offensive because it involves “a majority party that is taking important celebrated aspects of another more oppressed party,” similar to “white people wearing dreadlocks” or sports teams using Native American mascots.
He concludes by offering a few bits of advice for those who wish to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day in a spirit of inclusivity, instructing readers not to “wear Ireland’s flag,” to avoid any mention of St. Patrick and finally, “unless it’s specially made by some secret Irish brewing recipe that distorts the color, don’t drink green beer and say it’s Irish.”
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