For John, BLUF: I know, you like Colleen best. Nothing to see here; just move along.
From Quillette, by Coleman Hughes, 5 June 2018. Mr Coleman is an undergraduate philosophy major at Columbia University. He defines himself, in this article, as Black.
A question the author asks is:
Though the question seems naïve to some, it is in fact perfectly valid to ask why black people can get away with behavior that white people can’t.Attorney General Eric Holder said, almost a decade ago, that we needed to have a conversation on race. It didn't happen then and it hasn't happened yet.
In fact, this hiatus is only making things worse. And it needs to be a real conversation, not just a condemnation of someone's position on what is called "entrenched racism", as in a letter to the editor of The [Lowell] Sun on Friday, the 22nd of June.
Hat tip to the InstaPundit.
Regards — Cliff