Smith College, which is in Northampton Massachusetts, president Kathleen McCartney has apologized. Do you know what she apologized for? She apologized for saying "all lives matter."
Kathleen McCartney wrote the phrase "all lives matter" in the subject line of an e-mail to students at the school, whose alumni include the feminazis Gloria Steinem and Betty Friedan, the former First Lady Nancy Reagan and celebrity chef Julia Child. Kathleen McCartney was attempting to show support for students protesting racially charged grand jury decisions in Missouri and New York.
Protesters, as you know, have adopted several slogans in connection with the cases of the Michael Brown and Eric Garner. One of the slogans they're running around using and painting and wearing is "black lives matter." So McCartney sends out an e-mail to the student body at Smith, and the subject matter is, "all lives matter," which is definitely more inclusive, wouldn't you say? Wouldn't you say that "all lives matter" is much more inclusive than just "black lives matter"? But this more inclusive version was seen as an insult and an affront that diminished the focus on "black lives matter." A bunch of people reacted with angry e-mails back at the college president, so she apologized. She apologized for saying "all lives matter."