Utah Jazz' Kyle Korver on Race: White People Are 'Responsible' for the Sins of Their Forefathersby WARNER TODD HUSTON
Apr. 09, 2019
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In a long op-ed at the Players’ Tribune, white Utah Jazz player Kyle Korver blamed white people for “inequality” and “racism” in America. Specifically, Korver insisted that white men today are “responsible” for all the racism of their ancestors.
In the April 8 editorial, Korver discussed several incidents that he claims are examples of racism in the NBA.
[...] These incidents, Korver said, made him begin thinking about blame and responsibility and the upshot of his rumination is that he blames all white people. Indeed, he even blamed himself.
“How can I — as a white man, part of this systemic problem — become part of the solution when it comes to racism in my workplace? In my community? In this country?” Korver asked.