None of it sounds acceptable to me. It sickens me that child will likely grow up being spoon fed bigotry. The cycle continues.
I'd rather not read through all these pages again.
There were plenty of excuses and justifications made to normalize and downplay this scenario here.
Nobody was trying to do that. You're reading that into it out of your own biases.
Nobody in here was on this guy's side, or on the side of institutional racism. Nobody here wants to justify racism. The point of it was that the hospital wasn't acting in a racist manner. All anybody argued was that this wasn't a big money lawsuit worthy offense, just a crappy situation that happened because of a crappy person.
The whole point of the discussion was that the hospital didn't do this out of racism on their part. And unless you can find some indication that this hospital's been known for racist practices before, this case is a pretty weak one (as evidenced by the fact that the plaintiffs settled rather than pushing for a trial).
If you really think that seeing how they acted in this situation as not supporting racism is a sign of racism on the part of people here, I can't help you. That's a pretty sad way to look at things, though.
Try seeing the discussion for what it actually is rather than what you assume it is. You've shown in the past that you're at least capable of having a discussion without going the lowbrow route. You should have resisted that urge in this thread too.