Oprah and Black Children
Posted by Jack Stephens on August 27, 2007
Terry Howcott comments on “Black do-gooders” and Oprah:
For me, the straw that broke the already weakened camel’s back was when Winfrey criticized Black children in the U.S. as an explanation for why she traveled to the other side of the planet – first – to invest in Black girlhood. She essentially suggested children of African descent in this country weren’t up to snuff with her skewed, extremely controlled, culturally cleansed perceptions and social standards.