According to Natural News, in the aftermath of grand jury decisions not to indict white police officers in the deaths of black suspects in Ferguson, Missouri, and New York City recently, a number of Americans have protested what they view as inherent — and often racial — injustice in the justice system.
Many protestors have adopted a slogan, “Black lives matter,” in recent days, again to shine a light on the fact that the deceased suspects in both of these cases were African American.
Kathleen McCartney, president of the very prestigious Smith College, in Northampton, Massachusetts, not only agreed with these protestors, but she went on to point out what should be inherently obvious to most — people of all races matter.
Reflecting that belief, she wrote an email to the student body at the institution recently “attempting to show support for students protesting [the] racially charged grand jury decisions,” Fox News reported.
But McCartney — whose university educated feminists Gloria Steinem and Betty Friedan, former First Lady Nancy Reagan and celebrity chef Julia Child — could not have anticipated the wrath of the political correctness policy when she wrote, “All lives matter,” in the subject line of her email.
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Apparently, that reality is offensive to some people.
Fox News reported:
Protesters have adopted several slogans in connection with the cases of Michael Brown and Eric Garner, including “Black Lives Matter.” McCartney’s more inclusive version of the refrain was seen as an affront that diminished the focus on black lives and racism, according to emails obtained by FoxNews.com.
“We are united in our insistence that all lives matter,” read the email, even as she made very clear she strongly backed the protests and even writing that the grand jury decisions had “led to a shared fury… We gather in vigil, we raise our voices in protest.”
Some students at the institution were upset that she did not stick to the PC script that only “black lives matter.”
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