A few months ago, I wrote about the false allegations of racism levied by several hundred Jeopardy! contestants against recent, Kelley Donohue.

In a letter written to producers of Jeopardy!, the former contestants said Donohue’s holding up of three fingers, signifying his three wins, signified something else: white supremacy. They stated that it served as a “racist dog whistle” and were appalled that he had not publicly apologized for it and had not disavowed white supremacy. Donohue did both after the letter was publicized. He didn’t need to. He had to. Or else!

A couple of weeks later, American Idol

Bradley Neece

Christian writer and historian, called to shine light on issues of race and reconciliation.

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