Now it’s got its sights set at social justice.
Democrats huddle over racism in fiscal policy
House Democrats and their staff are meeting tomorrow to discuss racial issues and fiscal policy with the founder of an organization that believes “right wing rhetoric” undermines racial justice.
Maya Wiley — a civil rights attorney who has “litigated, lobbied the U.S. Congress and developed programs to transform structural racism in the U.S. and in South Africa” — will address the Democrats.
Wiley founded the Center for Social Inclusion. In a section entitled “Talking About Race,” CSI argues that “right-wing rhetoric has dominated debates of racial justice – undermining efforts to create a more equal society, and tearing apart the social safety net in the process” for the last 25 years or more. “CSI engages in empirical testing of strategies and conducts communications trainings that can foster a more productive conversation about race.”
Maya Wiley is no good. She only specializes in structural racism. In order to be truly worthy of social justice, one also has to be versed in combating institutional racism.
As far as our vast right wing conspiracy, you can see that it’s finally beginning to work. We did get Jared Taylor the Republican nomination for President this year.