“The question that cries out for an answer from Mr. Wright is why — if he is so passionately committed to liberating and empowering blacks — does he seem so insistent on wrecking the campaign of the only African-American ever to have had a legitimate
“We all use disablist or ableist metaphorical language, and I bet most of us say something that is potentially offensive every day: we might be blind to this, deaf to that, pass disabled vehicles, chat about being paralyzed in a situation, etc., etc.”
“100 Blacks in Law Enforcement Who Care… is working with a Brooklyn youth group called Project Re-Generation to get out prevention messages to young people…teaches you the dos and donts of a traffic stop.”
“We don’t need Barack Obama to lead us out of victimhood. What we need is white people to stop listening to a few Al Sharpton speeches and concluding that they’ve peered into the heart of black America.”
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