Law Professor Pens NY Times Article Warning His Sons to Be Suspicious of White People

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Ekow N. Yankah, a law professor at Yeshiva University, wrote an opinion piece in the New York Times entitled, “Can My Children Be Friends with White People?”  He wrote that he will teach his boys suspicion, distrust and to have profound doubts that friendship with white people is possible.  He stated that history has provided little reason for people of color to trust white people.  Tucker Carlson calls him to task for the racist character of his statement but fails to call attention to the fact that Yankah is speaking the rhetoric of victimhood and, by so doing, driving a wedge of resentment and hatred between the races, which will further divide America and end very badly for everyone, regardless of race. -GEG

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David Macko
David Macko
3 years ago

If White parents instructed their children similarly it could save their lives.

Jeff Maehr
Jeff Maehr
3 years ago

Sounds like this “professor” has “whitephobia” and should be castigated for this…

Bobi
Bobi
3 years ago

Black people should be happy that their ancestress are brought from Africa to the USA otherwise they would be still in Africa. And they live here from the achievements of the ‘white supremacy’. Africa hasn’t achieved much, most are poor and depend on the aids from the ‘white supremacy’.