Not long ago, Ibram Xolani Kendi — formerly Henry Rogers — was at the cutting edge of the burgeoning “anti-racism” industry. He and other high-ranking professional activists already were treated as sagacious specialists in race relations and lauded as public intellectuals. Then his career went into overdrive during the George Fentanyl tantrum of mid-2020, followed by the media’s unprecedented outpouring of anti-white bile since then.
Had things continued on this trajectory without a hitch, it’s anyone’s guess as to what lofty heights he might have attained. Could he have followed in Barack Obama’s footsteps? (more…)