"Whitelist" is now "allowlist," for example, while "blacklist" is now "denylist," and "master/slave" is now “leader/follower” among other variations.
The term "Indian" was used in Cabinet until 2011, when the department's name switched to "Aboriginal Affairs." It changed again in 2015 to "Indigenous Affairs."
You would think that during a global pandemic, the UN would be too busy to engage in divisive identity politics. You would think that, but you'd be wrong.
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