Some of it’s hilariously depressing:
I think Harriet Tubman was courageous because being an underground construction worker was very dangerous. That is why I think she was courageous.
Some of it’s enragingly depressing:
Racial profiling has been around forever and can happen to any race, of any kind, at any time. However African Americans, Hispanics, and descendants from the Middle East are far more likely to complain about it than any other race.
(I guess a charitable reader could see the above as a poorly worded way of saying it happens more often to these groups. Though the moderator titles it “Profiled as the Whiniest Race”, suggesting a different reading, which I do think is more natural.)