White supremacy apparently is on the rise in the US, and it seems that even visiting white people from other countries are getting into the act. Matthew Halls is a British conductor who white privileged his way into a pretty sweet gig as artistic director for the prestigious Oregon Bach Festival, which is run by the University of Oregon. He was abruptly fired from this position at the end of August for an apparently racist exchange he had with a classical singer named Reginald Mobley, who is black. Here's the kicker: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/201...acked-us-music-festival-joke-labelled-racist/ Sort of sums up the mentality of a lot of these "white saviours", doesn't it? They're so offended on behalf of these poor helpless minorities (who they think of as pets, essentially) that they don't need to worry about little details like context, or said minority's opinion or anything like that to ruin a Nazi's livelihood. Anyone who would crack a joke about grits in a southern accent to a black man doesn't deserve to be employed. I for one am shocked that outrage culture would lead to ridiculous situations like this.