Thursday, July 07, 2016

What Did Wendy Williams Say About Jesse Williams HBCUs And The NAACP?

At a time when stories like the Alton Sterling incident are on everyone's mind, talk show hosts have to watch everything they say.  According the The Wrap Wendy Williams is facing some major backlash for comments she made about Jesse Williams, historically black college and universities and the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People.  


Scroll to the bottom of this post to see how Twitter reacted to the New Jersey native's comments.

What Did Wendy Williams Say About Jesse Williams HBCUs And The NAACP?
What Did Wendy Williams Say About Jesse Williams HBCUs And The NAACP?

Jesse Williams

Actor and activist, Jesse Wesley Williams delivered a passionate speech at the 2016 BET Awards.  The Queen of All-Media described the speech as poignant which means that his words made her sad.  If she would have stopped there people wouldn't be calling her an older version of Stacy Dash.


People were trying to get the actor fired from Grey' Anatomy after the speech.  The talk show host could have led the protest considering her reaction.  

HBCUs

The talk show host stated that she would be offended if there was a school known as a historically white college.  HBCUs were founded in 1964 to provide education to freed slaves following the American Civil War.

NAACP

Williams didn't leave the NAACP out.  The New Jersey native went on to ask, "What if there was the National Organization for White People, only? There the NAACP." The NAACP was formed in 1909 to ensure the political, educational, social and economic rights of all people and to ultimately eliminate racism.

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