From Charlie Brinkhurst-Cuff at the Guardian:
The controversy around a black feminist festival in Paris fails to acknowledge the differences between segregationist white spaces and subversive black spaces
I despair. Some white people have got so upset about their exclusion from parts of the Nyansapo festival, an intersectional black feminist gathering scheduled for 28-30 July in Paris, that the mayor of the city called for the festival to be banned, until organisers clarify details with her, and anti-racist groups have claimed that Rosa Parks would be “turning in her grave” at the event. More.
Reality check: Rosa Parks would indeed be “turning in her grave” as the world returns to segregation. But progressives today have nothing to market other than fascist government mediating intergroup violence.
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