Oregon Equity and Inclusion Agency Postpones Meeting Because ‘Urgency’ is White Supremacy – Opinion

If you’ve ever had a bathroom emergency, you may just be a white supremacist. Given a KKK-ish clue, that seems to make sense.

Let’s face it, DringlichkeitThis is an Aryan Nation idea. And that’s why a meeting was recently delayed in the Pacific Northwest.

As noted by Reason.com, “The Oregon Health Authority (OHA) is a government agency that coordinates medical care and social well-being in the Beaver State. During the pandemic, OHA was responsible for coordinating Oregon’s vaccination drive and disseminating information about COVID-19 — both vital tasks.”

OHA has a Regional Health Equity Coalition Program (RHEC), which is a dedicated office to equity and inclusion. Danielle Droppers is the manager of this agency. She recently saved a caucasian tragedy from becoming a destructive one.

RHEC was due to hold a meeting with two of its partner organisations and the general public. However, Danielle quickly delayed the event.

Her reason: “[U]rgency is a white supremacy value.”

Reason got the following email concerning the postponement.

“Thank you for your interest in attending the community conversation between Regional Health Equity Coalitions (RHECs) and Community Advisory Councils (CACs) to discuss the Community Investment Collaboratives (CICs). It is important to recognize the white supremacy value of urgency that may get in way of thoughtful and more deliberate work. We want to address this. Therefore, we will reach out at a later date to reschedule.”

Did she really feel the need to urgently slap white supremacy by imposing a moratorium on meetings? I hope not. Regardless, some respondents weren’t enthusiastic.

A couple negative replies:

  • “[A]s a person of color, I am calling BS!”
  • “Please, educate me on what the state means by ‘[U]Rgency refers to white supremacy values.’”

One county health official was surprised by Danielle’s denouncement and decided to “investigate it for further comprehension.”

It turned out that urgency can be very bad. The official found WhiteSupremacyCulture online, which pummels the problematic evil of urgency.

Here are some examples of the explained effects.

  • Sacrifices or erases other forms of wisdom and knowledge that take more time (embodied intuitive spiritual);
  • encourages shame, guilt, and self-righteousness to manipulate decision-making;
  • Because of the desire to make quick decisions, reproduces either/or thought
  • It is unrealistic expectations of how much work can be done within a given time. This leads to perfectionistism, which creates an urgency to ensure that everything meets our requirements.

The notion is backed by a recent Washington University Black History Month virtual event, which pegged “a sense of urgency” as a particularly pernicious product of the pale.

The Smithsonian concurs; its National Museum of African American History & Culture has deemed viewing time “as a commodity” a sign of “whiteness.”

To make matters more complicated, the Smithsonian also vilifies as white “delayed gratification.”

So to avoid evil, you can’t do something sinisterly soon, but you also shouldn’t wait too lewdly long.

Back to the bathroom scenario — and going with OHA’s simpler focus on halting any hurry —  postpone your panic or you’re in danger of white supremacy. Of course, if you’re too late procuring pants-free provisions, you’ll be a brown supremacist. You may have avoided the Third Reich, but you’ll have joined the Tu…well, I’ll let you figure that one out.

Speaking of, hopefully Danielle never finds herself in such a digestive moral quandary — if she does, the proudly antiracist Danielle Droppers…could admirably yet tragically live up to her last name.



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