Linda Sarsour Now Being Touted as an African-American
She later found it politically expedient to refer to herself as a “woman of color” – and have others do the same:
even to the point of having bad photoshop jobs portray her as “dark”:
Years later, and her transformation is complete: Linda Sarsour is now officially Black!
After a two-year hiatus, the “Blacks in Wax” program is back with in-person performances at THEARC Theater in Southeast D.C.
Founded by former D.C. First Lady Cora Masters Barry 15 years ago, Barry and her staff of professionals, teach acting and dramatics to children and youth who attend the Southeast Tennis and Learning Center, (SETLC), the majority of whom have never acted or performed before.
Get ready for powerful depictions of beloved former D.C. “Mayor for Life,” Marion Barry, Jr.; “The Greatest of All Time,” Muhammad Ali; Ali’s daughter, Boxing champion, Laila Ali; Women’s and Human Rights activist, Linda Sarsour; and other African-American icons in this year’s performances.
“Blacks in Wax” will also feature a museum of African American leaders, performers, educators, scientists and others who have become heroes in this country.
It seems Sarsour has succeeded where Rachel Dolezal couldn’t.