From the Washington Post:
Global Opinions editor, writing on international affairs and social issues
Education: Northwestern University, BA in communication studies, minor in African Studies; Columbia University, master’s in international affairs
Karen Attiah is the Global Opinions editor at The Washington Post, where she commissions and edits commentary on global issues from a variety of international writers.
But at least Ms. Attiah capitalizes “White.”
Although her spelling of the plural of “Karen” as “Karen’s” might raise some eyebrows for an editor at a national newspaper. Also, misspelling the name of St. Emmett Till …
Earlier from Ms. Attiah, an explanation of why she hates white women (for stealing all the white men):
So. I got hit on today by Donald Trump.
— Karen Attiah (@KarenAttiah) March 21, 2016
And on and on:
Also, Ms. Attiah’s memorable coinage for white Democratic women: the Axis of Shevil:
Putting them in their place by any means necessary.
— Karen Attiah (@KarenAttiah) July 14, 2019
Earlier iSteve posts about Editress Attiah:
Regarding the heinous attack on @JussieSmollett, yet another reminder that Trump’s ascendance and the resulting climate of hate has meant that lives have been increasingly at stake since 2015.
Smollett could have been killed by those thugs screaming MAGA. Let that sink in.
— Karen Attiah (@KarenAttiah) January 29, 2019