"I would hear racial slurs that would be said to me, but not about me. They wouldn't have said it if they knew that I was Aboriginal."— ABC Indigenous (@ABCIndigenous) June 26, 2020
Australia's first Indigenous neurologist Angela Dos Santos talks about racism and protests during the pandemic.https://t.co/bfducHjq70
Most countries today have a problem with Statistical Racial Inequality: Not all groups are as accomplished in each particular field as some other groups.
This sounds like a promising tactic for America.
For instance, rather than tearing down the FBI’s J. Edgar Hoover headquarters because Hoover was mean to Martin Luther King, we could just declare that Hoover was, like Gore Vidal always said he was, black. (Right, a young J. Edgar Hoover.)
We could then move on to Ulysses S. Grant, Teddy Roosevelt, Abe Lincoln, St. Junipero Serra, and Hans Christian Heg: black, one and all.