BLM Leader Janaya Khan, the International Ambassador for the Black Lives Matter Network is asking BLM participants to "stop saying white privilege and start saying white supremacists." She was in a video last week where she explained that there is no real difference between the two sayings. She emphasized the need for a change.
“Popular social justice discourse has used ‘white privilege’ to describe the benefits that come with whiteness,” Khan said during the video. “The problem with describing white privilege is that it looks at the individual as opposed to the system itself.”
Khan was born and raised in Canada. She is a transgender immigrant. Ever since she married BLM co-founder Patrisse Cullors last year, she has played a very active role with Black Lives Matter in the United States.
Per Daily Wire:
Since then, Khan has been a featured speaker at several colleges throughout the country discussing social transformation. But after white nationalists gathered at the University of Virginia’s campus in Charlottesville last month, images of a torchlight procession and a Dodge Challenger plowing into a crowd provided activists like Khan an opportunity to make ‘white supremacy’ part of the national conversation.
This is par for the course when it comes to the far left, radicalized Black Lives Matter group.