Boston Mayor Wu Shares Photos of Anti-White “Electeds of Color” Holiday Party

Boston Mayor Michelle Wu has come under fire for allegedly inviting only “Electeds of color” to a holiday party, as reported by The Gateway Pundit. The news of this exclusive invitation was initially revealed in an email sent by a staff member of the mayor’s office. However, amidst widespread backlash, a Wu administration official claimed that the email was sent out to all Boston city councilors by mistake.

Despite the controversy, Mayor Wu remained defiant and even defended the racially exclusive nature of the event. She proudly shared a photo of the gathering on social media, showing smiling government officials of minority backgrounds at the “no whites” holiday party.

In an Instagram post, Mayor Wu expressed her gratitude for the opportunity to host the annual holiday dinner for Boston’s elected officials of color. She emphasized the growth of the affinity group and the increasing representation of minority leaders across city, state, county, and federal offices. Wu also highlighted the importance of mentorship and fellowship within the group, especially for those breaking down barriers as the first or only representatives of their communities. She concluded her post by thanking those who work hard to build community and wishing joy and rejuvenation for all those who give so much in the holiday season.

This is not the first time that Mayor Wu has been accused of discriminatory behavior towards white individuals. In a previous incident, she made disparaging remarks about “problems that are expensive, disruptive, and white” during an event in 2022. Furthermore, she has also announced the creation of a Reparations Task Force, which aims to look into the issue of reparations for black residents in the city of Boston.

In yet another controversy, five restaurant owners in Boston alleged that they had been discriminated against by Wu due to their White, Italian heritage. These incidents have raised concerns about the mayor’s approach to issues of diversity and equity in the city.

The controversy surrounding Mayor Michelle Wu’s racially exclusive holiday party and her previous remarks has sparked a heated debate about her administration’s commitment to diversity and inclusivity. Critics argue that her actions and words have perpetuated a divisive narrative, rather than promoting unity and equality for all residents of Boston. As the discussion continues, it remains to be seen how Mayor Wu will address these allegations and work towards fostering a more inclusive community in the city.


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