Sessions will be held in May at both Meadowridge libraries and Goodman South Madison, according to an online announcement.
Here’s what the people who aren’t white will enjoy:
“Movement & Meditation is a one-hour dance class that integrates movement and mindfulness! … Adaptable moves will be demonstrated for a wide range of abilities. … writing materials will be made available. This is an opportunity to get to know your neighbors while learning how to dance and being mindful.”
The library seems to be on board with the increasingly widespread view that the term “community” refers to only people who are not white.
Getting to know one’s “community” might include transgender individuals, as it often does:
“All identities, skill levels, and abilities are encouraged and appreciated.”
But if you are white, it’s a no-go:
“This program is open to BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, and People of Color) 55+ participants. There are limited spaces available, so please contact us to reserve yours.”
The Caucasian-free event is “presented by KLJ Movement.”
“KLJ Movement is a world-class dance company that recognizes the influence of brown and black people in dance.”
“Each session will include time for reflection and connection,” the teacher promises. Maybe this is when they will consider hating white people goes against so-called national unity?
When it comes to racial issues, if from the ’50s to the ’90s, it might be said that America has progressed, but hating whites is now the fashion of the day.
And it seems like no Republican leaders will dare even mention this little fact. They are too busy arguing for or not fighting against, mass immigration to even discuss racial discrimination against whites. For example, the covid-relief for farmers that excluded white farmers was barely even mentioned in the mainstream media, let alone any federal politician doing something about it.
We can only image what the next five years will bring for white people.