Ruining the racial justice movement by high-profiles
Jemele Juanita Hill is an American sports journalist who writes for The Atlantic. Journalist Jemele Hill, a staff writer at The Atlantic. He told CNN’s Don Lemon on Thursday stated that there is seeming a lack of outrage from black people across recent high-profile.
Anti-Semitic contentions originate from the desire to not be arrested of “undermining and undercutting” the current racial justice movement.
Also mention that there are people who give no concern about the Jewish people as a way to threaten and try to eat at the reliability of the people who are out there fighting for justice.
Hill also responds to Abdul-Jabbar that even the sport and Hollywood world that he said lack of outrage over recent anti-Semitic remarks.
Cannon and Jackson theory
In a post on Twitter, Cannon announce that he would “take some time” with his nationally broadcast radio program so that he could engage in “deeper thinking and education.” he was criticized after a new episode of his “Cannon’s Class” podcast starred debatable hip hop figure, Professor Griff.
Jackson received backlash for a series of anti-Semitic Instagram posts, one of which included a quote about Jews falsely attributed to Adolf Hitler. He apologized after receiving comprehensive judgment.
They think that they are saying something educational, that is historically accurate and that is not antisemitic.
Hill mentioned that the theories shared by Jackson and Canon don’t understand that how it will be hurtful for the peoples of the Jewish community.she also addressed that Jackson’s anti-Semitic posts and the result she received after making an anti-Semitic comment while covering.
Jemele added that her experience only black people will understand what our struggle is, what we have thought for, what our fight is, and how we burnt to institutionalization racism but then also we could go on and on.