(Compensatory Discrimination is a term coined for the policy or programs that give preference to a group or groups of people with a stated goal of countering and compensating the past or ongoing atrocities, excesses, injustice, or discrimination of any sort against them)Leads to the question. . . is "compensatory discrimination" the right answer for past discrimination (which never happened, of course)?
My answer is no, it's not worth giving the supremacists the fodder for their terrified whining.
Rather, strict and criminal enforcement of discrimination violations seems to be the best answer.
…& a reasonable yet debatable definition of what that discrimination is and if it’s valid? The boundaries of what is or isn’t discrimination would still be allowed to be discussed?