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26-Apr-2020 14:14

UPDATE: Georgetown University professor and MSNBC political analyst Michael Eric Dyson apologized to conservative activist Candace Owens after he dismissed her as "little girl" during a heated on-air exchange Tuesday night.Transcript, via Breitbart: OWENS: Well, the first thing that I look at is the date of the tapes.If he’s going to continue publishing he should do so on to moan and groan about a falling out with a colleague and fellow writer and activist.

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If your clout is real, if it is genuine then you would step aside for the rest of us. And this acceptable hollering is one in which you can only holler at and about other black folks.

And if you do so then places like TNR will listen and look at you and publish you and you will be validated as a black scholar even though you will have not actually said or done a single thing concerning Black people.

But, frankly, from the first day I saw the Twitter rants, my biggest emotion has been one of exhaustion: Every contribution we get from readers like you allows us to remain independent and keeps our content free and accessible for everyone. Michael Eric Dyson and Cornel West had a disagreement that in one way or another led to a falling out. Michael Eric Dyson had feelings about said falling out. Michael Eric Dyson wrote about his feelings over the falling out. Michael Eric Dyson published his feelings in a major publication for the world to see.

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