My favorite quote from Johnson was that the way he dealt with racism was to “Act like it doesn’t exist.
As self-proclaimed guardians of the city upon the hill, we should all be perpetually leery of visionaries, prophets, charismatic leaders
Before The Great Awakening of the early 20th century, when gambling was out of favor and the collective memory of thoroughbred racing’s “blackness” was lost, horse racing was America’s only popular national sport and that the greatest jockeys were all African-American.
There is a collectivist vision built upon a dys-eutopian world in which the people will be best served and protected when we are all in ghettos, without guns, and dependent upon federalized police to keep us from killing each other.
The SFFA sued both Harvard and UNC in November of 2014 for using race as an unfavorable consideration in the case of one Asian-American applicant test case.
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