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- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of otherize.
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This kind of thinking "otherizes" those with neurological differences, calling them abnormal and handicapped.
As long as mainstream America otherizes Latinos with legislation like Arizona's SB1070 or similar anti-immigration bills, as long as there are issues specific to Latino interests different from those of "white" America, the Latino identity will not fracture or fade.
Open Source philosophy really isn't attainable when you are using language that otherizes people.