The Boston Globe has launched a new publication called the Emancipator in coordination with Boston University’s Center for Antiracist Research, in order to “hasten racial justice.”
The advisory board of the Emancipator includes bestselling “anti-racism” author Ibram X. Kendi, director of Boston University’s Center for Antiracist Research, who recently declared that white people like Supreme Court Justice Amy Coney Barrett who adopt black children could still be racist. Barrett has two adopted children from Haiti.
Kendi rakes in huge amounts of money lecturing corporations on how to be an anti-racist, arguing that one is either actively devoting oneself to combating America’s mythic “systemic racism” or one is racist — there is no neutral ground.
The board also includes New York Times propagandist Nikole Hannah-Jones, who won the Pulitzer Prize for the lead essay in the paper’s discredited 1619 Project; illegal alien journalist/activist Jose Antonio Vargas; and race-mongering MSNBC host Joy Reid. The board does not include any white males — how could it, since white males are by definition oppressors and irredeemable racists?