Here a college gets brought to its knees because somebody updated a standardized test replacing "Gallager" (a comedian famous in the '80s, whom nobody today of college age would remember) with "Condelleza" (a name known by everybody today) in a math problem involving the speed of a watermelon (Gallager's signature gag involved him smashing a watermelon). I imagine that most of the students didn't even know about a perjorative watermellon - black person connotation... but they do now! I wonder if the poor schmuck who updated the test even knew, or even thought anything but spotting an unfamiliar name and replacing it with a familiar name; the poor bastard might have even been purposefully ensuring to add the names of famous black people into the document.
At a time when blacks who work hard do very well and have full legal rights, but Americans in general do poorly in math, is this really how college students, teachers, and administrators need to spend any of their time? How about just NOT CARING? This response creates the impression that black folks are hypersensitive and more urgently concerned about perceived slights than they are about focusing on serious academic matters.