NTD spoke with Melissa Tate, author of Choice Privilege, at the Health and Freedom Conference in Tulsa, Oklahoma, on April 16.
Tate immigrated from Zimbabwe at just 19 years old and has since become a successful businesswoman. She says she wrote her book Choice Privilege to challenge the ideology of “white privilege” because her experience doesn’t align with that narrative. Tate says growing up in Zimbabwe, she experienced firsthand the devastation cultural Marxism brings. Now, she says, cultural Marxism has come to America—and America needs to fight it.
She explains: “I wanted to write a book that would educate people so that they understand that this narrative that is coming from the left, it’s not designed to help black people. It is designed to racially divide America and conquer it from within. It is a Marxist ideology, and it is designed to tear America and rip the country apart racially.”