Racial Honor


Rev. Michael Pfleger of St. Sabina... will receive the Racial Justice Lifetime Achievement Award at the Office For Racial Justice 10th anniversary celebration April 7 at the Christ the King Jesuit College Prep School. Cardinal Francis George will preside.
Pfleger, you will recall, is the White, Catholic imitation of Reverend Wright who the president collaborated with in Chicago. He and Wright make their living stomping on the race nerve of the country.
Pfleger is, in the words of blogger Sultan Knish, “the white Jeremiah Wright”–another long-time Obama supporter endorser and angry, Farrakhan-defending, jihad-apologizing, Jew-basher who also once threatened to “snuff” out gun rights supporters in Chicago. Along with the St. Katharine Drexel Racial Justice Awards, the Office for Racial Justice will honor Bishop Joseph Perry and Father Michael Pfleger, pastor of St. Sabina Parish, with Lifetime Achievement Awards in recognition of their lives of service in pursuit of dismantling racism, injustice and inequalities on behalf of African Americans and all people of color.