The photo at right is of a trespasser being arrested at Starbucks, after he and his friend were asked to leave, and refused, because they thought they were Rosa Parks. (Ms. Parks was not arrested by two cops on bicycles with a black supervisor.)
But they're not oppressed, they're privileged, and have received lalrge amounts of money as result of something that should have seen them fined or even (briefly) imprisoned. Jared Taylor and Paul Kersey discuss it below:
Jared Taylor, American Renaissance, May 3, 2018
Starbucks non-customers win “undisclosed amount.” Jared Taylor and Paul Kersey comment on the settlements both by Starbucks and the city of Philadelphia to Donte Robinson and Rashon Nelson. They also discuss the AmRen conference, the Central American caravan of “asylum seekers,” the no-longer-boy scouts, the use of big data in “predictive policing,” and how an ancestry DNA database helped solve a 30-year-old string of murders.
Also discussed—the successful American Renaissance Conference.