NY Times Reporter Accuses White Women of Having 'Racist' Walking HabitsChris Menahan
Jul. 21, 2017
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An African-American male reporter at the New York Times is taking heat on twitter after suggesting in his latest column that white women are oppressing him through their "racist" walking habits.
From The Hill:
The New York Times is facing blowback on social media after publishing an essay by an African-American reporter who accused white women of racism for not ceding space on city sidewalks to black men.
"Sometimes they're buried in their phones. Other times, they're in pairs and groups, and in conversation. But often, they're looking ahead, through me, if not quite at me," he continues.Howard is living in a country where all he has to complain about is perceived microaggressions -- and yet complain he does, in the pages of the New York Times (who pay him to write this stuff).
Here's some reactions from Twitter:
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