If you say something and then apologize, try making it a real apology, not whatever this is:
A number of people have raised questions regarding part of my essay in the most recent issue of Emory Magazine. Certainly, I do not consider slavery anything but heinous, repulsive, repugnant, and inhuman. I should have stated that fact clearly in my essay. I am sorry for the hurt caused by not communicating more clearly my own beliefs. To those hurt or confused by my clumsiness and insensitivity, please forgive me.Today on #TWiBRadio, #TeamBlackness is joined by Prof. Blair Kelley to discuss the controversy over Emory University President James Wagner, his use of the 3/5ths compromise as a model for governmental progress, and his subsequent "apology." We also discussed clandestine teenagers and how Lindsey Graham's voice sounds a lot like oppression.
And this morning on #amTWiB, we discuss the ever-widening wealth and income-gap between black and white Americans, and the impact of the Voting Rights Act decision at the supreme court. Check it out: