Wednesday, June 03, 2020

Kansas City 'Conversation On Race' Coming Soon After Protester Demands

Here's one of many community dialogues that might or might not lead to greater understanding betwixt communities . . . Take a peek:

Be Heard: Add your voice to a conversation on race in Kansas City

KANSAS CITY, MO - WDAF-TV FOX4 will host an exclusive, live broadcast event, "Be Heard: A Conversation on Race in Kansas City," hosted by FOX4 anchor John Holt. The special program will air live on FOX4 and fox4kc.com from 7-8 p.m. Thursday, June 4. The goal is to facilitate genuine dialogue to talk about how [...]

10 comments:

Anonymous said...

not to be cynical or pessimistic, but this all happened fifty years ago.

most people really changed for the better, but some will never change.

Anonymous said...

Racist are the people that keep talking about it.

Anonymous said...


Well I never had a problem until I saw how black people handle things and how they destroyed innocent people for no reason. How they jump to conclusions and don't reason well and how they have had a hatred for cops since I've been alive. I have also seen cops give them more breaks that white people simply for the so popular racist thing they throw out there. After these RIOTS I don't even want to be around them. If that makes me a racist so be it. I really don't care anymore!

Anonymous said...

^^^^^^FTW

Anonymous said...

Here's a conversation starter: "Why can't you act more like decent white people"?

Anonymous said...

Be Heard. Their kind of herd doesn’t have an “a” in it.

Anonymous said...

Everyone is different, we are not equal. Just behave, go back to life. So sick of this stupid shit.

Anonymous said...

Until people face the realization that there ARE differences among races, trying to end racism is like trying to nail jello to a wall. Wolves and poodles are both canines but it doesn’t mean they live the same way. Blacks have a way of life that most caucasians find appalling, even if they’re quiet and say nothing about it. Violence, crime, drugs, lack of education, lack of family values, teen pregnancy, multiple illegitimate offspring, generational dependence on welfare - these things make up a way of life for most blacks and until those things change, most caucasians are never going to see them as equals even if they like to brag about how liberal they are.

Anonymous said...

^^^ Excellent post. Sums it all up very nicely.

Anonymous said...

Christ, go to bed 12:00 a.m. You're comparing wolves and poodles to human beings. I mean, you may be as dumb as the average canine but the rest of us have capacity to understand differences between different human beings.

Did it ever cross your mind that the African American community in the US has those issues and it can be traced back to slavery, jim crow laws, and plain old overt racism? We are products of our environment. Overcoming those disadvantages is not easy. Please, tell us how your had scrabble life in white suburbia was really hard to overcome. Or maybe you grew up in a trailer park?

Nah, just continue to paint with that broad brush.