Joe Biden spoke with black and Hispanic reporters via teleconference this week, responding to one reporter asking about Cuba, “What you all know but most people don’t know, unlike the African-American community, with notable exceptions, the Latino community is an incredibly diverse community with incredibly different attitudes about different things.”
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During the same interview Biden pushed back when a black reporter asked if he would be willing to take a cognitive test. “C’mon man. That’s like saying, you — before you got on this program you took a test where you’re taking cocaine or not, what do you think? Huh? Are you a junkie?”
“There are White people who are not as powerful as the system of White people — the caste system that’s been put in place — but they still, no matter where they are on the rung or the ladder of success, they still have their Whiteness,” Ms. Winfrey said.
Each store in Louisville’s NuLu neighborhood is being rated for how many employees are BIPOC (black or indigenous persons of color), how much inventory comes from BIPOC retailers, their BIPOC donations and whether their dress code discriminates against BIPOCs.
Attorney General William Barr is testifying today before the House Judiciary Committee chaired by Rep. Jerry Nadler.
When given a chance to answer questions from grandstanding Democrats “claiming their time,” Barr intends to condemn the “bogus Russiagate scandal,” and discuss black-on-black violence and defend law enforcement.
Civil rights activist Bob Woodson in an interview last week noted that Democrats “had to spend about $22 trillion on poverty money in the cities and as a consequence, all of these inequities that they have been talking about have been done on their watch.”
“When low-income Blacks wake up and realize that they are being bamboozled and hustled and scammed by people like Lori Lightfoot and others — they are going to realize that they must address the enemy within.”
The Washington Redskins bowed to pressure from FedEx and others to change their team name (and have already decided on a new one to be announced), but can the mob be appeased or will it make them more unhappy?
Sports journalist Kevin Blackistone, a panelist on ESPN’s “Around the Horn,” said the team still hasn’t apologized after using the name for 88 years. “You’ve heard none of that. That’s what makes it so disingenuous to me,” he said.
Native Americans were polled in 2016 by the Washington Post and did not find the name offensive.
The Winchester Star in Virginia interviewed fans with mixed reactions. “I’m happy they’re keeping burgundy and gold, but the name change is certainly long overdue,” said Reed Prosser.
Clarke County resident René Locklear White, 55, a Lumbee Indian and retired U.S. Air Force Lt. Col. summed it up best:
“Why would a mountain lioness concern herself with quibbling’s of sheep?”
The Army’s Operation Inclusionincluded “must read” handouts, with a pyramid listing behaviors considered to be overt and covert white supremacy such as “Make America Great Again,” celebrating Columbus Day, and saying “all lives matter,” or “there’s only one human race.”
The triangle of racism, complete with typos, seems to be a redone version of an earlier viral Instagram version from May 2020.
The City of Seattle’s Office of Civil Rights invited “white City employees” to attend a training session instructing them how “individualism,” “perfectionism,” “intellectualization,” and “objectivity” are racist traits to be abandoned in pursuit of social justice.