Friday, June 12, 2015

See? See?

A white woman finally gets outed for parading around claiming she is black, even heading a civil rights outfit in Washington state, and people are upset over it.

An obvious man goes around in drag and gets a TV award for "courage" for making himself a jackass in public and mocking women.

See the double standard? You don't because racial groups are actually oppressed and women (of all racial and ethnic groups) are not?

Men think they know what it is like to be a woman, but whites can't know what it is like to be black or another minority group?

Mocking oppressed groups is wrong, period.

Meet the new transracialism:

She represents the black community publicly and vocally, including as a spokeswoman on race-influenced police violence. On Tuesday she spoke to Al Jazeera on the topic.

She has appeared alongside Baltimore City State's Attorney Marilyn Mosby, who has filed charges against police officers in the death of Freddie Gray, a young black man.

The mayor of Spokane appointed Dolezal chairwoman of a police oversight committee to keep an eye on fairness in police work.

After the allegations of faked racial identity surfaced, Mayor David Condon and City Council President Ben Stuckart issued a statement. "We... take very seriously the concerns raised regarding the chair of the independent citizen police ombudsman commission." The city is checking to see if she has violated any policies.





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