“The model etched in Clinton’s head – and it is part and parcel of her entire worldview with respect to minorities – is: you vote for us, we’ll take care of you. And “we” is always white and straight and connected. Obama represents an end to those categor
WTF? “If you have a look that’s deemed outside the norm by mainstream culture — whether you’re a dwarf, an amputee, someone overweight, someone Asian — chances are, someone has a fetish for you.”
“Women now own at least a 50 percent stake in nearly 10.4 million U.S. firms—about 41 percent of all privately held companies. But less than 3 percent of those women-owned businesses have achieved revenues of $1 million or more.”
“So concerned are you about what “rightwingers” are thinking you neglect to consider how this image [of Michelle Obama] effects WOC. Of course our feelings are inconsequential.”
“The report, based on an examination of the law’s impact over a decade, said that minority children adopted into white households face special challenges and that white parents need preparation and training for what might lie ahead.”
“One questioner asked the Illinois senator to name close friends who were Jewish and pro-Israel.
“I hesitate to start listing them out,” Obama said, cautioning against a stereotype that having acquaintances in a minority group meant you did not behave in
“Over the past month, three high-ranking male Native officials who work in both Montana state and tribal governments have told Indian Country Today during background political conversations that they view Clinton in a derogatory manner.”
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