It's DiAngelo's business to sell herself as some kind of consultant on how to fix race in America, although what she actually does is make things worse, by judging people on the color of their skin, and not the content of their character. Her approach to fixing race in America is the opposite of what Martin Luther King Jr. proposed.
In a recent puff piece in The Stranger on April 5 she reiterated the unbearable false equivalence that she constantly pushes: no white person is better than the worst possible white person:
She sees a shared dynamic in the rise (and fall) of Breitbart News darling Milo Yiannopoulos, whose speech at the University of Washington led to violent protests on Inauguration Day. "White progressives are very attached to this idea of 'good whites and bad whites,'" she says. "We can use somebody like Milo to distance ourselves [from racism]. He's so clear. He's so outrageous. And yet we aren't actually looking at the narratives that we use every day and how those function."
Yes, Yiannopoulos is a "bad white."
Being a vicious professional racist like Yiannopoulos really is objectively worse than NOT being a vicious professional racist.
Not only does DiAngelo insult all the whites who hate and oppose Milo Yiannopoulos for his racism, she also normalizes Milo Yiannopoulos by claiming he's no worse than any other white person due to a shared European ethnicity.
That's the insanity of Robin DiAngelo's message and the only time it is ever challenged is in the comments section of career-promoting articles that constantly appear in the liberal press.
And the answer is yes, it is an ad.
It is wrong for the left-liberal media to continue to promote Robin DiAngelo's scam-master career as a rational approach to racism. Her own words prove again and again that Robin DiAngelo is absolutely NOT rational when it comes to race.