Hat tip Golden Gate Express
I'm not up on pop culture, so I don't know who Kendall Jenner is other than she is one of the crazy Jenner-Kardashian conglomeration. Apparently, she is featured in a Pepsi commercial that implies that their drink can diffuse the hostile confrontations of today.
That commercial didn't sit well with a student-writer at San Francisco State University, who ties it to something called the "marriage of white feminism with the appropriation of marginalized activism."
I threw my two cents worth in the reader comment thread, so I won't take any further issue with this young student. I hope her thinking will evolve as she grows older. The real reason I post this is because just today, I put up a story out of Pakistan, one that dwarfs the complaints of this young lady about society here in the US. In that story was a photo from Dawn.com's photo archives. It shows a mob rioting about something or other and a Pepsi sign in the background.
There ain't enough Pepsi in the world to calm this mob.