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:
What people need to see in this newly formed @maureendowd /@SpeakerPelosi / @realDonaldTrump axis of shevil is that white supremacy relies on dismissing, silencing, and undermining women of color.— Karen Attiah (@KarenAttiah) July 14, 2019
Putting them in their place by any means necessary.
Earlier 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.— Karen Attiah (@KarenAttiah) January 29, 2019
Smollett could have been killed by those thugs screaming MAGA. Let that sink in.