My wife Mary and I were Christmas shopping on a Tuesday, rather than a weekend. Yet still, the traffic was crazy — stores were packed and checkout lines were long. President Trump has our economy booming. Economic growth has reached 3.1% for the first time in over a decade. Unemployment is 3.7%, the lowest rate in nearly 50 years. In October, U.S. job openings increased to 7.3 million. Black unemployment has hit a new historic low.
Upon entering Home Goods store, I was greeted with a full-size statue of a black Santa Claus. As a black person, I realize the black Santa was meant to make me feel good. Instead, I felt annoyed.
My mom, dad, four younger siblings and I were fine with thinking of Santa as a kindly old white man who loved all the children of the world regardless of race. Santa is a wonderful role model for bridging […]
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