At Northeastern, Bill Clinton talks discrimination, division
Boston Globe - 10/14/2017
Former president Bill Clinton took on the politics of discrimination and division in a panel discussion in Boston Friday night, never naming President Trump but pointedly addressing recent controversies that have been associated with the president’s rhetoric and the views of some Trump supporters.
Speaking on a panel before a crowd of more than 1,000 at Northeastern University’s Matthews Arena, Clinton said that racism, sexism, homophobia, religious bigotry, and other biases are nothing new. “It’s just all hanging out there now, for obvious reasons,” he said, drawing applause from the crowd.