Good for Trader Joes

#3
From the article:

Critics said the development would displace residents and perpetuate income inequality in one of the most rapidly gentrifying ZIP codes in the nation.

Does that mean whitey is moving in and there is black-track out of the hood?
 
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[The Portland African American Leadership Forum] sent the city a letter saying it would "remain opposed to any development in N/NE Portland that does not primarily benefit the Black community."
And, nothing from dailykos.com or thedailybeast.com on this story, surprise surprise. Remember folks, it isn't racism if it's coming from the black community.

With "helpful" activist groups like this, this area is sure to thrive and prosper...not.
 

bluesea718

Double Platinum
#8
And, nothing from dailykos.com or thedailybeast.com on this story, surprise surprise. Remember folks, it isn't racism if it's coming from the black community.

With "helpful" activist groups like this, this area is sure to thrive and prosper...not.
Absolutely.

I liked the "oppressed" part of that statement.

Oppressed?

REALLY?!?!?!!!! Do they really & truly believe this?