Days of Change

Claudette Colvin | December 1, 2014

If you hear about Rosa Parks today, you should ask them about Claudette Colvin in return. She was essentially the “real” Rosa Parks. Colvin was arrested without fanfare for refusing to give up her seat. She worked for Parks at the NAACP. Rosa Parks essentially re-created the situation to bring it to light.

It turned out that Colvin was pregnant and unmarried, something that was much more frowned upon at the time. I think those kind of decisions may have influenced the modern tendency of activists to embrace thugs as soem kind of canary in the coal mine for decent people being abused.

It looks like the racial grievance industry has been manipulating the media for a long time.

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2 Comments

  1. Oh, NO! Say it isn’t so!

    Comment by 49erDweet — December 2, 2014 @ 1:36 am

  2. And that libtard media is only too happy to be manipulated. It’s either their nonsensical effort to atone for history, or their update on Kipling’s White Man’s Burden.

    Comment by Mary — December 2, 2014 @ 1:49 am


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