July 10, 2020

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"Intersectionality" in the 1970s included Zionists (plus tweets for Martin Luther King Day #MLKDay2019)


In the 1960s, Martin Luther King’s brand of nonviolence and support for Israel was the mainstream black opinion, while a fringe radical black movement (called Black Power) started that supported violence and, not coincidentally, saw more affinity to Arab terrorists than Israel.

It is unfortunate that the radical black vision where the only “intersectionality” is to those who want to murder Israelis has become the mainstream.

Here is an article I posted a number of years ago by Bayard Rustin, a major black civil rights leader in the ’60s and ’70s (who also happened to be openly gay,) that shows that he felt that there excellent reasons for blacks to support Israel – and his reasons sound “intersectional.”


I had a number of tweets related to Martin Luther King that I posted over the past couple of days that did fairly well.

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