Black Judge heaps Scorn on Three-year old Racist

Louisville has a new hero: A black judge unafraid to stand up to the relentless white racism that is everywhere, all the time, and explains everything. And the racist at the receiving end of Judge Olu Stevens’ courageous scorn? A three-year-old girl. This profile in courage began two years ago when two black men burst into the home of Jordan and Tommy Gray, parents of the aforementioned offender. They held the family at gunpoint, making all the required threats about hurting them if they did not turn over all the valuable things that were probably hiding in their modest domicile. The little girl was watching the Sponge Bob Square Pants cartoon show which, as any capable observer would know, is just another example of the embedded and unconscious racism that is buried so deeply is so many white people, to borrow a phrase from the President of the United States. Not buried so deeply were the family’s valuables: The home invaders left with a cell phone and $1000...(Read Full Article)

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