This was and still is a non-issue for me, but everywhere I turn, there's lots of chatter about it, and I keep getting asked about it, whether for my own personal thoughts, or to post something about it on S&A.
I went with the latter, so you folks can debate it if you'd like.
The short story goes, on July 4th, Chris Rock tweeted the following:
"Happy white peoples independence day the slaves weren't free but I'm sure they enjoyed fireworks."
Naturally, that caused all kinds of backlash (mostly from white people I imagine, but I could be wrong. Herman Cain probably had something to say about it).
And then some came to Rock's defense, like Don Cheadle, and at least one white dude - Zach Braff, so not every white person hates Chris Rock now.
And 2 days later, people are still talking about it, the media continues to report on it; pundits continue to spin it; etc...
And that's all I'm going to say about it :)