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Hmmm, ok, I am mystified. In 60 years I have always believe brunch was a late breakfast, early lunch. Sundays usually between 11 am and 2pm. Dinner was always light, and late, with no cooking required. My mother loved bunch as did my brothers and sisters. Reading about an event where black women mimicking a language most are illiterate in was teling. For heaven's sakes, not one member of my family has ever interrupted a black social gathering. This is not about white privilege. This was about bad manners
as a tea party member and supporter, I understood early on this was a grass roots movement. Regardless of the elite media types pronouncing the demise of the majority of the people in the US, we all know better. I agree with the author, this will be a slow and steady fight, starting with school boards, crossing guards and city council seats. Each win gives us a stronger foot print from which to operate. Those positions at the top? In time, they will be ours, its a matter of education, consolidation, and sticking to our fundamental beliefs. God bless the USA!
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