Reblogged on kommonsentsjane/blogkommonsents.
Bigotry is alive and well and on display.
Mar 9, 2018 By Jeremy Hunt
Racism and religious and ethnic prejudice are a cancer on the soul and deserve sharp condemnation by every decent man and woman – whether such bigotry comes from a neo-Nazi, a Ku Klux Klansman, a radical Islamic terrorist, or an American religious leader. But as the case of Nation of Islam hatemonger Louis Farrakhan sadly illustrates, too many on the left are reluctant to condemn hate when it is spewed by a black activist. They shouldn’t be.
I am a young African-American man and I’m well aware of America’s ugly racist past. The enslavement of my ancestors and the long years of discrimination that later generations endured after emancipation are indefensible and a blot on our nation’s history. They must never be forgotten.
And I’m also well aware that racism against people who look like me is still with us today, though circumstances are much…
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