UCLA race and equity officer wishes for the death of Clarence Thomas – the second black American to serve on the Supreme Court – TheBlaze – DC Initiative on Racial Equity
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A race and equity officer at UCLA recently wished death to Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas.

Jonathan Perkins is a director of race and equity at UCLA’s Office of Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion. According to his bio: “Johnathan has also regularly served as a consultant, writer, and speaker on issues of equity, diversity, and inclusion.”

On March 25, the race and equity director wished death to Thomas – the second black American to serve on the Supreme Court. The controversial remarks were made the same day that the 73-year-old Thomas was released from the hospital after experiencing flu-like symptoms.

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