To his credit, it looks like he just may:
Attn: White people
do not EVER —
question any thing a black man does.
As long as you’re complaining
— about ANY THING —
you’re not doing what you can.
As remarked recently, I am almost never verbally insulted for being homeless.
The insults that do come are events at the clothes window, in the shower room at the shelter.
One gets the impression from Matt Bai’s article that closed-mindedness is something new.
I think first of a quotation from Jeff Snyder, from 1993:
No, Alyssa, it was not a different time. Continue reading Alyssa Milano