I watched an interview by Stephen Colbert of Oprah Winfrey from last week, promoting the nigger-appropriated-and-fuxated film version of "A Wrinkle in Time." I read that book when I was a kid, many decades ago, and it was special to weird little bookish kids like me. That book was special to the people who loved it.
Well, Oprah was gushing about how empowering it was to have all that "black girl magic" in the production of the film, and how this was going to make little black girls feel things about stuff, and then Stephen did what Stephen does, which is to ask The Right Question. He was obviously one of the weird little kids who had loved the book as a child himself, and he asked Oprah Winfrey "Did you read the book?"
After all that bloviating about "black girl magic" and "empowerment," Oprah looked at Stephen as if he'd asked her if she'd ever eaten a raw pigeon, and said "No, it didn't come to my neighborhood." So this isn't something that's interesting to her at all, it's not a part of the Mooncricket Universe, but it is something shiny that can be snatched from white people like a trophy to be brandished as a way of saying "See!?! I have the power to take this thing that I do not want from the ones who actually care about it. I matter!"