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Jason Riley: Electing Black Officials Has Been ‘Extremely Destructive’ To Black Americans

Jason Riley: Electing Black Officials Has Been ‘Extremely Destructive’ To Black Americans

RILEY: “It’s been extremely destructive. And can you look at case studies in places like Atlanta where in the 1970s and 180s, black mayors like Maynard Jackson and Andrew young came in and gave black city contractors special permissions and catered to affirmative action. And set aside for minority contracts. The black poor lost ground in this period. In this age of more black political impairment, the empowerment both have lost ground. So the strategy is not working. We ought to revisit it.”

Delete Anti-Muslim Speech Or Pay Up, Germany Tells Social Media Companies

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University to Remove Cross and Bibles from Campus Chapel

University to Remove Cross and Bibles from Campus Chapel