"I was reading an article and it refers to white critique of black protests and how they try to delegitimize it by calling it 'idiotic, dumb, stupid,' things of that nature, so they can sidestep the real issue," he said. "As I was reading that I saw more and more truth how this has been approached by people in power and white people in power in particular."
"I don't like it," he said. "I don't like not playing. I'm very forward about that. But at the same time, I'm going to come into work the same way I've always come into work the three years that I've been here."
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