A white woman friend texted me. She wanted a candid discussion on race, given her church’s foyer into social justice activism of some form.
Colorado white woman follows a black man in her neighborhood: Get out of here!
Colorado white woman tries to run a Black man out of her neighborhood then realizes someone else in the neighborhood was videoing her.
My take on the beautiful story of the racist the community slammed quickly, #PermitKaren
A white woman, in the community of Montclair, NJ, harassed a black man by demanding that he tell her if he had a permit to build something in his backyard then called the cops.
Presumptuous white woman tries to stop man from painting Black Lives Matter on his own home
She assumes the home isn’t his. It gets tiring. Is there any wonder the blood pressure of POCs is higher in the aggregate?
A White woman in the park calls cops falsely accusing a black man of threatening her. DANGEROUS!
A white woman walking her dog was mad at a black man who asked her to leach her dog. Upset, she calls 911 and accuses the man falsely.
A white woman attacked a Black girl then apologized with a cookie offer. REALLY!
These stories are either getting worse or they are getting more coverage. But it says much about the humanity of a person who judges a kid simply by their hue and their own prejudices.
I knew this white woman was special when I met her.
I saw something special in this white woman when I met her at a Democratic Convention in Dallas a few years ago. She is a Christian minister but nothing like the crop that has adopted Trump as their reincarnated savior.
Trump Effect: Racist white woman pulls gun on peaceful black couple.
I will continue to post these types of stories tagged under my Trump Effect moniker. You know why? Too many do not acknowledge it.
Young white woman admits she made up story of gang rape by black men (VIDEO)
Why would this white woman find it easy to characterize her imaginary attackers as black men? Is it that hard to imagine why she was comfortable doing it?
White woman to Oprah, ‘I don’t think I am prejudice but …’ (VIDEO)
This ‘scary’ black man had an interesting response to a prejudice white woman who called in to Oprah and told her she would be scared of him on a bus.