I met Omarosa several years ago before she became a media sensation. Personally, I've always found to be respectful and genuine in our interactions. Yes, I disagree with her position within the Trump Administration. I cannot speak to her intentions of singling out black journalists not to be recognized. But, I cannot side with the wide painting character assassination. Critically, every black person no matter their status or class position contributes to American imperialism, and more. Its about time we all take a long and serious look at ourselves and decide what and who do we actually want to be and represent?
So very true!!!
First look at the topic it says Black Journalist Panel not those who want to be black at a certain time. You can't act one and be another just because you hold a status in life. That why she was unwelcome she not a real black person in reality of life. She has the color but so do many others, but not the status of a black person.