Soledad O’Brien, thankfully relieved from her CNN duties, was the purveyer of black-racialist documentaries posing as ‘post-racial’ documentaries. No comment is needed on her quotes below. Her own rhetorical devices to the work for us:
O’Brien, just named a distinguished visiting fellow at Harvard’s Graduate School of Education [imagine that – Ed.], told the school’s Institute of Politics that she’s often confronted by whites who want to take issue with her documentaries on race in America.
“People would sometimes, when I give speeches, stand up and say, ‘You know, I think your black America documentaries (are) divisive. I think like, you know, listen, we shouldn’t think of ourselves as African-American. We’re Americans, and everybody should stop separating themselves out,'” she said in a new video from the institute.
She continued: “First of all, it’s only white people who ever said that — ‘if we could just see beyond race. If only people didn’t see race, it would be such a better place, and you are responsible for bringing up these icky race issues, Soledad, you should just let sleeping dogs lie.'”
O’Brien added: “I was like, again, ‘OK, white person, this is a conversation you clearly are uncomfortable with, and I have no problem seeing race, and I think we should talk about race.”