Ironically, Dyson is about as racist as it gets, but since he hates white people he’s given carte blanche to say whatever he wants.

MICHAEL ERIC DYSON: When you talk about a disproportionate number of black and Latino people working in the public sector – when you have an attack on the public sector, firemen, teachers, and the like, police people, you’re talking about people who have had an opportunity to have a job because of the practices of discrimination in the private sector. We can’t depend upon the private sector itself to adjust for its own bias when it’s prevented people from flourishing.