Your article addresses no genuine problems whatsoever. (Maybe a first world problem at most, but even that is stretching it.) My concern is for *actual* communities of people, and not self-appointed activists claiming to speak on their behalf.

In any case, I'm not the one making broad and sweeping generalizations about an entire race (i.e. white people can't cook or protest), but then "social justice" movements seem to be more about pulling people apart with rhetoric than bringing them together.

If you want to improve things for your community, then don't embody the very thing you claim to be fighting against.

I like to write about life and make music.