Please stop asking for forgiveness for your “white privilege.”
You’re not fooling anybody. You’re not helping black people – or any other minority. And your public confessions don’t make you look virtuous. They make you look disingenuous, which is a really nice way of saying fake, phony, and fraudulent.
Brandon Tatum is an African-American former Tucson police officer and served as the director of Urban Outreach at Turning Point USA. He is the Founder and CEO of The Officer Tatum, LLC. Read his full column here
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All over America, white people are feeling persecuted by black people for the “priveledge” of being white. Doesn’t matter if someone is low income, doesn’t matter if they are uneducated, just the fact that they are white apparently means they are privileged. Which really is a prejudiced statement considering that they had nothing to do with being born white. Prejudiced is a word which means to pre judge. In this case, in means judging someone as having advantages by the color of their skin- -This is wrong, just as it would be wrong to judge someone as not having advantages by the color of their skin.
The truth is, all of us, both white and black, have different socio-economic situations we were born into, regardless of our skin color.
The rant this woman goes on, calling herself a queen and acting superior to every white who tried to calm her, is a classic case of racism against all white people. Perhaps this should be tried as a hate crime?