Ex-First Lady Hilary Clinton has sparked the conversation of White privilege and fear of Black men after her recent speech

Democratic presidential candidate and former First Lady Hillary Clinton has caused quite a stir, after talking about “systemic racism” during a speech at Columbia University on Thursday. During her speech she stated,

Let’s be honest, for a lot of well-meaning, open-minded white people, the sight of a young black man in a hoodie still evokes a twinge of fear.”

This is her strategy to get Black voters by sparking a conversation about how Whites fear of Blacks in general must be addressed, but she may lose some votes due to the sensitive racism issue she is addressing.

-Infinite Wiz(@InfiniteWiz)

3 Responses

  1. Kasiology

    Very shoddy article. no written-word skills or competency. Just relied on the video clip to do the reporting for you, huh ? How are you a journalist if your article looks like you did it while you were on the bog (for number 1) ? #ChallengeYourselfNextTime

  2. E

    I think you missed the mark on this one. People are taking issue with Hilary’s assertion that “open-minded” and “well intentioned” white people twinge when seeing black males in hoodies. How can one be both open-minded AND well-intentioned if they are afraid of black men? Here, Hilary attempts to cleverly disguise herself as an ally, as she is all the while insidiously draped in supremacist rhetoric.

  3. Tom Rios

    No body wants to know about our current leader. He’s manipulated the immigration system so easily, he became president.