While I won’t agree with everything in this essay, I think this essay says some things that need to be said. If commentaries like this are somehow subverted into the abyss of political correctness, then we are not going to solve the problems.
For starters, I try to teach my teenage son “Don’t ever beak off at the cops!” Things can go really wrong, especially of the cop has had a bad week. If he is mistreating you, there are better ways to deal with the injustice. In Canada, they are called “traffic courts.” If a certain policeman gets his citations into this courtroom a few too many times, someone is going to start asking questions. I’m not understanding why beaking off is such a virtue in black culture.
A while back, I got into a little spat with three Medium contributors who seemed to be from the extreme side of the metoo movement. I offered a comment that a young woman going to a frat party is putting herself at greater risk for rape. The goal of these parties is to get girls intoxicated and take sexual advantage of them with their poorer judgment. I said “Just don’t go.” And for that three-word piece of good advice, I was branded just as misogynistic as your average rapist.
I see you have encountered the logic that “Chris must be a racist” to be writing an essay like this. Poor logic, indeed.