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Blaming Jim Crow, Northwestern student
journalist says the way White people
walk on sidewalks is too racist

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Posted By: AltaD, 5/6/2021 12:37:52 PM

The opinion editor of the Northwestern University’s student newspaper recently published an article asserting that White people walk awkwardly on sidewalks because of their internalized racism. (Snip) Allen then asserted that “the formal rules of Jim Crow were accompanied by a set of informal ones that governed the way Black people approached White people in public space and vice versa.” This social order “required Black people to yield to White people whenever possible” -- such as “stepping off the sidewalk when a White person was walking past.”


And on the flipside, if white students moved out of his way he'd say they were doing so out of racism, that they see a black man and move out of fear.

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Reply 1 - Posted by: marbles 5/6/2021 12:45:42 PM (No. 777148)
To a racist, everything is racist.
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Reply 2 - Posted by: weirdone 5/6/2021 12:49:30 PM (No. 777151)
I don't know about you "sonny" but I don't live by "Jim Crow " rules conceived and instituted by Democrats over 100 years ago. Further more I don't know anyone but leftists who do. Common curtesy applies to everyone I meet regardless of skin color, race, religion or gender. Only fools of your ilk are fixated on such nonsense so as to make you feel better about yourself.
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Reply 3 - Posted by: columba 5/6/2021 12:57:05 PM (No. 777157)
This is a good psychological study of how people walk. This guy did not read it. And, incidentally, I live rural and we do not have many sidewalks.
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Reply 4 - Posted by: stablemoney 5/6/2021 1:04:42 PM (No. 777163)
Blacks have been bumping whites off the sidewalks, and using intimidation for decades. That's their power game. This is one of the benefits of covid, masks, and social distancing. Now, they are afraid of getting the covid, will cross the street to avoid anyone, and keep their distance. It is always good for a laugh.
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Reply 5 - Posted by: mean Gene 5/6/2021 1:18:43 PM (No. 777177)
I've never seen this in my entire life. Over 65 years in So Cal then over 5 years in Utah. Plus while travelling. Never, not even once.
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Reply 6 - Posted by: bighambone 5/6/2021 1:23:18 PM (No. 777180)
Funny, but the students and staff who are walking around on the Northwestern campus today were not even alive during the so-called “Jim Crow”era that ended well over sixty years ago in the old South. To even remember the “Jim Crow” era today, a person who have to be over 75 years of age.
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Reply 7 - Posted by: Sandpiper 5/6/2021 1:30:26 PM (No. 777190)
Good call OP. I was going to say the same thing.
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Reply 8 - Posted by: bad-hair 5/6/2021 1:35:46 PM (No. 777194)
This little snowflake wouldn't last 10 minutes in NYC. Neither would I frankly but that's because I choose not to go there. Them NYC guys are a pack of raycists.
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Reply 9 - Posted by: Strike3 5/6/2021 1:36:43 PM (No. 777195)
Walk in front of me, I dare you. I am ready for your sucker punch or whatever other method you choose to assert your black superiority. People who let something like this bother them have severe mental disorders.
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Reply 10 - Posted by: plaids 5/6/2021 1:43:27 PM (No. 777200)
As opposed to walking or trying to, with the waist of one's pants down around the butt!
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Reply 11 - Posted by: lakerman1 5/6/2021 1:43:35 PM (No. 777201)
i was stationed at Gunter AFB, Montgomery, Alabama, 1956, and there was such a tradition of blacks ceding space to whites at that time. That is no longer the case. My experience on university campuses for about 40 years was that too many students are rude. Color doesn't matter.
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Reply 12 - Posted by: seamusm 5/6/2021 1:50:30 PM (No. 777209)
Nowadays whites and orientals are better off crossing the street and walking with rear view mirrors lest they be assaulted by some ghetto coward when passing on the sidewalk.
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Reply 13 - Posted by: DVC 5/6/2021 1:51:50 PM (No. 777212)
When your brain is devoured with racist hate like these blacks can imagine all sorts of bizarre fantasies in your warped little make-believe world. Their make believe world is dark and filled with white supremacist boogey men. Meanwhile, back in the real world, the sun is shining and the primary racists are blacks, and the primary systemic racism is call Affirmative Action.
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Reply 14 - Posted by: SkeezerMcGee 5/6/2021 1:56:56 PM (No. 777220)
We are white Seniors. This past year we've clearly noticed that under 30 years of age African-Americans often severely GLARE at us when we are walking on a sidewalk. We attribute this behavior to what they have been taught in school. My wife has become afraid. I was in the U.S. Army Infantry. I'm going to purchase a holster and "open carry" a pistol. We are not going to became anyone's victim.
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Reply 15 - Posted by: Clinger 5/6/2021 2:10:26 PM (No. 777236)
I have lived adjacent to one of the wealthiest communities in the Chicago area most of my life. Let me share recent observations from my running rout through that town and to a lesser extent to my town which has gone from solidly middle class to upper middle class. Young people will walk two, three abreast and expect their elders to get the hell out of their way. Arrogant rich little bastrds they are. This is the class of kids who go to Northwestern, the hoi polloi. Those trained to interpret all impoliteness as racism will see garden variety rudeness as racism. Those “racist” kids will be the first to drop that label on any who dare disagree with them.
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Reply 16 - Posted by: moebellini3 5/6/2021 2:10:31 PM (No. 777237)
Ah, the rules of the sidewalk. This guy is one sick freakin puppy. This idiot and many other blacks have taken themselves back over 200 years. Its amazing how Jim Crow has gotten into their heads. Fact is, if the look in the mirror they will see the real racist right in front of them. Sickening...
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Reply 17 - Posted by: OhioNick 5/6/2021 2:38:20 PM (No. 777256)
This is not an issue in my city. Why? Because around here it's customary for blacks to walk in the streets, even if there are sidewalks. It's just another symptom of refusing to follow society's rules.
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Reply 18 - Posted by: privateer 5/6/2021 4:18:45 PM (No. 777314)
Jim Crow was 'Dem' Crow. I'm a little surprised the term has become current. Someone might actually learn what it was, and who invented it.
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Reply 19 - Posted by: skacmar 5/6/2021 4:23:20 PM (No. 777315)
I suppose that the rash of young Black men & women attacking people on the sidewalks of New York, especially Asian senior citizens, is because they resent the Jim Crow Formal Rules these people represent? Of course, 99.99% of us have no idea what Jim Crow is or was until the past month or two when Joe Biden decided to reinstate Jim Crow as a racial issue/problem. I guess its just something in all White people's DNA. Kind of like the sharks supposedly that still swim the slave ship sailing routes looking to eat the bodies of salves thrown overboard hundreds of years ago. This all exists only in the sick minds of sick minorities who need to blame their own prejudices and failures on evil White folks and others who are oppressing them in their minds.
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Reply 20 - Posted by: VirtuDawg 5/6/2021 5:14:51 PM (No. 777352)
I am going to refer this to the Ministry of Silly Walks for its expert opinion . . .
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Reply 21 - Posted by: Jesuslover54 5/6/2021 5:20:25 PM (No. 777358)
What about that beetch with the hammer?
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Reply 22 - Posted by: Miss Daisy 5/6/2021 5:20:43 PM (No. 777360)
I had a black subordinate say that the way I said "Thank you" in an e-mail was racist. How can saying "thank you" be racist? I can't deal with crazy and neither could my boss or the Employee Assistance Counselor. This person caused me so much stress in my job because everything I said or did was racist to her.
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Reply 23 - Posted by: Zeek Wolfe 5/6/2021 6:12:53 PM (No. 777391)
I love and respect Black people, and when they are heading towards me on the sidewalk I show my love by quickly crossing the street so as to not offend them by being in their space. Sometimes they yell at me and call me a mother-----r. I'm confused. In what way does that show reciprical love, affection and respect?
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Reply 24 - Posted by: enemyofthestate 5/6/2021 7:23:38 PM (No. 777456)
This twit looks for racism where racism does not exist.
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Reply 25 - Posted by: zoidberg 5/6/2021 7:27:29 PM (No. 777462)
There's a kind of walk you walk, when you're walking racist...
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Reply 26 - Posted by: Old Army Vet 5/7/2021 10:21:36 AM (No. 777996)
I agree with number one,(that's #1 for those of you from Rio Linda california).
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Reply 27 - Posted by: local500 5/7/2021 8:59:49 PM (No. 778635)
Yeah, this is called projection.
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