Pulitzer Prize-Winning 1619 Project Creator: There’s A ‘Difference Between Being Politically Black And Being Racially Black’ | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED X-Frame-Options: DENY X-Frame-Options: SAMEORIGIN

Pulitzer Prize-Winning 1619 Project Creator: There’s A ‘Difference Between Being Politically Black And Being Racially Black’

On Friday, Nikole Hannah-Jones, a staff writer for The New York Times Magazine who was the creator of the 1619 Project and won a Pulitzer Prize for “her essay that served as the leading piece in the 1619 Project,” as The Times reported, issued, then deleted a tweet in which she posited that there was a “difference between being politically black and racially black.”

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I think that's racist. Well... kinda, sorta, maybe...

Tian Shan

if you know what I mean. I proclaim to be trans-black! That's what's feelin' Joe should have said.

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