In yesterday’s bad moment, Norwegian journalist Veronica Westhrin (Veronica Westhrin) captured a viral moment, captured the frustration and fear of DC residents, watching their small town be surrounded by ignorant white The supremacists concealed that these white supremacists were delusional and frantically flogged due to widespread voter fraud. President by a la-foot duck.
But it turns out that we have a Biglaw lawyer here.
A white man stood bent over and yelled and besieged the mob surrounding the city. A black woman passed by in her car. They felt angry and sad because of an unprecedented attack in their city. Neighbors connected in crisis.
BarredinDC did some digging and managed to attend job interview Together with #guyonporch, it turned out to be Peter Tracy, Senior Legal Counsel of Perkins Coie. Tracey explained how he made the viral video:
I agree with the mayor’s guidance that we should not participate. But I saw the couple walking back, and Trump’s banner was released. I just let them have it. In the last few rally races, I did it a few times and let me know. However, it happened that a Norwegian TV crew was shooting the whole thing outside.
Tracey told BarredInDC that he believes yesterday’s problems should force everyone to “pay attention to the difference between the treatment that people of color should be treated if they do the same thing and the child gloves that these guys got yesterday.” But he also talked Here comes the importance of strategically deploying your white privileges:
This is white privilege. Did you know that I have the privilege of white to sit there and scream. I understand.
At the same time, this accidental capture of community expression highlights the importance of DC’s national status. Anyone who thinks this place is not its own entity can directly transplant to Maryland, or know nothing about what is happening there. to this end…….
That sounds like a good idea.
Interview with the porch guy [Barred In DC]
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