Ian Rowe, Opinion contributor – USA Today
“Let’s not adopt “anti-racist” agendas that actually plant the seeds of white superiority and black inferiority, instead of eliminating them. The antidote to racism is not anti-racism. It is a philosophy of humanism that celebrates and uplifts the inherent dignity in each individual. And the antidote to inequity is not diminished expectations for all. It is equal opportunity, and a belief in each person’s capacity for upward mobility, no matter their race, ethnicity or skin color.”Ian Rowe
Ian Rowe is a Resident Fellow at the American Enterprise Institute, a Senior Visiting Fellow at the Woodson Center, and a writer for the 1776 Unites Campaign.