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The Massachusetts Attorney General says it’s okay for government workers to exclude white people from gatherings.
Attorney General Andrea Campbell’s decision came after she received complaints about Boston Mayor Michelle Wu.
Mayor Wu drew national scorn after it was revealed she had hosted a Christmas party for electeds of color. No white people were invited – and it was intentional.
The mayor defended the party – and in spite of outrage – she not only followed through – but boasted about the racist get-together on social media.
The attorney general’s office says they received four complaints – alleging the mayor had violated public accommodation laws.
The law forbids making any distinction, discrimination or restriction in admission based on among other things – race.
But Attorney General Campbell says since the event was not open to the public, it did not violate the public accommodation law.
So, it’s perfectly legal not to have a white Christmas in Boston.