Sparrow moms and dads cooperate to feed their chicks. The workload is too great for one sparrow, so they both do it. If one sparrow parent dies, things go much worse for the sparrowlets.
|Here, dad takes a break from his toxic masculinity to feed one of his children.|
This is a simple and uncontroversial fact.
At Geneseo College, wherever that is, they've created a new, segregated dorm, Umoja House. Umoja House is based on the proposition that sparrows are a social construct.
Umoja House will create an engaged intellectual community where students of diverse backgrounds can come together in a supportive environment to celebrate their identities while nurturing their leadership skills. Umoja is the first principle of Kwanzaa, meaning "unity."...
Students living in Umoja House will:
Support the needs of students of color by designing and running programs, events, and dialogue in a community-centered space.
Umoja House is also based on the proposition that satire is a social construct. Its name means unity and it's segregated.
Geneseo is yet another organization that denies that daddy sparrows contribute to the nestlings' welfare. If they acknowledged that, then the whole students-of-color-are-oppressed thing would take a distant back seat to the students-from-unmarried-parents-are-disadvantaged thing.
I wonder if their biology classes teach that avian racism is the reason chicks who are missing one parent do poorly.