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#SJW | More Whining from SJWs about Microaggressions, White Privilege, Safe Spaces, and etc.

offended-youre-a-pussyNC State: Calling America ‘A Land Of Opportunity’ Is A Microaggression
A “microaggression tool” published by North Carolina State University’s faculty ombuds informs the school’s employees that phrases such as “America is a land of opportunity” or “I believe the most qualified person should get the job,” are “microaggressions” and shouldn’t be used.
going-to-stay-this-color-the-jerkThe Very Existence Of White People Is A Microaggression
Black people can’t be racist against white people, because duh. White people are inherently racist against black people, for reasons that go without saying.
We all know these things to be true. Look into your heart (if you’re not a conservative and actually have one) and you can’t deny your intrinsic guilt or innocence, depending on what you see in the mirror. But it took our moral, ethical, and intellectual betters in academia to prove it’s true, using capital-S Science.
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#BlackLivesMatter | ‘Hate and violence won’t fix the damage, only love can do that’: Activist attempts to broker peace with free hugs for all after Charlotte riots

Daily Mail
By Khaleda Rahman For Dailymail.com
Published: 17:56 EST, 22 September 2016 | Updated: 07:41 EST, 23 September 2016
As Charlotte saw a second night of riots, one man attempted to broker peace in the community by offering free hugs to all.

Ken Nwadike, of the Free Hugs Project, headed to North Carolina on Wednesday night to try to resolve tensions with love, rather than hate.

A video of Nwadike, who is black, hugging police officers in riot gear – both black and white – has gone viral, amassing more than 13million views in less than 12 hours.

While some protesters welcomed the activist’s peaceful approach, the eight-minute clip also captured the hostility he faced from others who hurled abuse at him for embracing cops.

‘I think that people are hurting and I understand that. It’s very tough for them to see a black man hugging police officers,’ he told CNN.

But he added: ‘I don’t see it as us versus them. It’s very important for us to be able to spread love to one another.
Video | Activist offers free hugs during the Charlotte demonstrations
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