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Black leaders in Seattle autonomous zone express doubt about white allies

Black leaders in Seattle autonomous zone express doubt about white allies

Inside the Seattle’s Capitol Hill Autonomous Zone, doubts over the sincerity of the white protesters have reportedly begun to appear among the blacks. USA Today, quoting a black protester, wrote: ’White people need to stay in when it gets uncomfortable and stop treating this like it is a party,’ says Tracy Stewart, a Black protester.’These people, I’m not even sure they know why they’re here.’

Chris
Chris
atlas shrugged
atlas shrugged 5 months

Oh no, seeds of distrust between the elves and the hobbits. Evil lurks across the realm. Will a hero emerge to save the kingdom?

eddy yetty
eddy yetty 5 months

Well yeah! They even they booed down a couple of black women who were voicing their concerns about the movement been taken over.

I have no idea
I have no idea 5 months

And know there is a white tax? Interesting method to end racism doubt it will work.

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