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July 12, 2018 -- Racist. That's the catch-all term the far-left uses to demonize everything that reflects Western culture; including cowboys. 

The theme, "The world needs more cowboys," is both racist and sexist. (It excludes women.) It's also the new slogan for the University of Wyoming. 

Some complain, citing the fake-history notion that cowboys were an anti-Indian homogeneous group of whites. The truth is: Indians were also cowboys. And (shocker) thousands of Indians owned black slaves. 

Oddly, the far-left's policy of inclusion has no place for Trump backers, traditionalists who display the Confederate flag, pro-lifers, conservative Christians, etc. 

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"The world needs more cowboys," the University of Wyoming says in a new marketing slogan.

But apparently not everyone agrees.

The slogan has drawn backlash from critics, including faculty members and Native American groups, who call the catchphrase sexist, racist and counterproductive to university recruitment -- because it excludes women and people of color, Reuters reported.

"Honestly, I thought it was a joke at first," associate professor Ellen Currano told the Chronicle of Higher Education. "I thought it was a joke. And then I looked it up on the university web page and saw that no, this was, in fact, serious."

The university’s mascot is a “cowboy” riding a bucking horse with hat in hand.



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