For some reason, the newspaper consistently flubs conversations about racism and turns the topic into preachy diatribes or touchy-feely content that threatens eye-roll sprain.
Here's the latest example . . .
No one cast blame, denied the harm racism has done in this country or tried to defend the indefensible. That was a surprise, since any time I’ve written about racism, I’ve ended up in the crosshairs of people mad at me for bringing up the topic.
Seriously, I’ve been called a racist for pointing out racism. Some people really believe that if no one talks about racism, if schools don’t teach about it and newspapers stop writing about it, then not only is it not happening, but it never existed at all.
Read more via www.TonysKansasCity.com link . . .
OPINION AND COMMENTARY A conversation in Kansas City Saturday evening about race was more of an icebreaker than a deep dive into everything you ever wanted to know about race but were afraid to ask. But I was certainly very happy to see that some people are at least ready to start talking.
Now, because I was busy with other stuff (i.e. yard work & grocery shopping) I wanted to share this clip that might be one of the best videos I've ever seen on YouTube . . . I recently stumbled upon it and I think it's the antitheses of CRT or politically charged teaching . . . It's a fact based and comprehensive bit of history that packs a great deal of information into 5 minutes and also gives context into the present-day impact . . .
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