Zach Goldberg, eminent scholar of the Great Awokening, writes:
The percent of black who think they are treated just as well as whites in their communities was lower in 2018 (18.3%) than it was in the year before the passage of the civil rights act (23.5%). Objectively speaking, this can’t be true.
However, as with all political religions, failure to immanentize just means that the faithful weren’t praying hard enough. So double down.
Breaking: Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear (D) just now announced his administration will extend health care coverage to all black residents. He said the impetus was how African Americas die at a rate twice their proportion of the state population. @BLaw
— Alex Ebert (@Alex__Ebert) June 8, 2020