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Jax-Tiger
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The black community doesn't feel they have equal protection under the law...


What do we do to change that perception? Convicting the George Zimmermans of the world isn't going to help anything. Changing the laws to favor blacks will create a different problem.

How do we fix this?







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Beer Bryant
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re: The black community doesn't feel they have equal protection under the law...


Free passage to Somalia?





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Wally Sparks
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re: The black community doesn't feel they have equal protection under the law...


Kill whitey





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Volvagia
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re: The black community doesn't feel they have equal protection under the law...


You can't.

The ones that feel this way have the mentality that if something goes their way, they were "owed" that, against them and the world is racist.






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Doresrules
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re: The black community doesn't feel they have equal protection under the law...


I think time is the only way to heal our racial issues. Over time some of the old heads die off. I definitely don't view white people in the same light my father does. I don't expect my son will view them in the same way I do. Time will heal and improve the racial wounds of this country.

Also with the way the country is growing the white race will eventually become a minority. (Not to sound insensitive) It's just a fact. With the mixing of races the fuel that is racial prejudice will decrease.






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Sevendust912
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re: The black community doesn't feel they have equal protection under the law...


Is not what do "we" do to change the law, it's what do they do.

There is a reason they are profiled.






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ApexTiger
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re: The black community doesn't feel they have equal protection under the law...


OP...excellent question.

For one the President needs to call a duck a duck.

The further down the road we go, what changes? What improves for the AA community?

My generation had nothing to do with civil rights...

By acknowledging history, ..then what?...I don't understand the President comments today ...

He was born of a white woman ...raised by white grandparents ...

What does Obama really know about being black?

Some of things he said today didn't help matters






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Volvagia
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I think time is the only way to heal our racial issues.


Then how do you explain how it goes on now, with people born decades after the Civil Rights Act still cry racism?

I've seen teenagers with full ride scholarships still bitch how they were discriminated by the system.

No.

It has actually gotten worse as the portion of the black community who actually had to live with discrimination becomes a shrinking minority in the demographic.






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wmr
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re: The black community doesn't feel they have equal protection under the law...


Black males commit something like 7x the murder rate of other Americans.

If I only have 80 years on this earth, I'm going to look out for myself and my family.

Poverty affects everybody, but not everybody murders because of it.






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Beer Bryant
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re: The black community doesn't feel they have equal protection under the law...


Racial relations are worse now than they have been at any point in my lifetime, and they're getting worse. The Black population is stagnant because of abortion, the only real growth is with Hispanics. And they're not exactly big fans of Black people. When this economy falls totally apart, gonna be some ugly times.





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Bayou
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re: The black community doesn't feel they have equal protection under the law...


This is the result of swallowing the liberal pill. The present state of Detroit is a small picture into a potentially larger one for America.





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Quentin Compson
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re: The black community doesn't feel they have equal protection under the law...


One doesn't have equal protection under the law when he or she is looting a store.





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Jax-Tiger
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re: The black community doesn't feel they have equal protection under the law...


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Also with the way the country is growing the white race will eventually become a minority. (Not to sound insensitive) It's just a fact. With the mixing of races the fuel that is racial prejudice will decrease.



I wish I could believe that. It seems that the so-called black leaders are doing everything they can to keep the perception of universal racism alive. I wish the leaders of the black community would focus more on promoting positives - education, jobs, hard work, etc., rather than trying to turn everyone into a victim who needs help because they can't help themselves...






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Volvagia
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re: The black community doesn't feel they have equal protection under the law...


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Also with the way the country is growing the white race will eventually become a minority. (Not to sound insensitive) It's just a fact. With the mixing of races the fuel that is racial prejudice will decrease.


Missed this gem.


This prediction is based on what exactly?

All of historical accounts that indicate the exact opposite going back thousands of years?






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Bayou
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re: The black community doesn't feel they have equal protection under the law...


When are we going to have White community leaders?





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Doresrules
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re: The black community doesn't feel they have equal protection under the law...


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Then how do you explain how it goes on now, with people born decades after the Civil Rights Act still cry racism?


Some of that hidden racism is still being handed down. I can remember as a younger guy having a conversation with some white classmates. I asked the young white girl would she ever date a black male. She said no. I asked her why. She said it was against her religion. I asked her what religion was that. She said Baptist. The same religion that I served. That makes no sense to me.

Just look at the past 20 years. Spike Lee made a movie called Jungle Fever that received a massive amount of "buzz". Now interracial dating is largely accepted and most people don't even think twice about it.

So what happens another 50 years from now when those old principals don't have the same weight? It was just 50 years ago that blacks were having to drink from separate water fountains. We have come a long way as a society. We still have a ways to go.






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Doresrules
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re: The black community doesn't feel they have equal protection under the law...


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Racial relations are worse now than they have been at any point in my lifetime


You must be pretty young. You definitely didn't live during the 60's.






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Zahrim
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re: The black community doesn't feel they have equal protection under the law...


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For one the President needs to call a duck a duck.


the phrase, i thought, was to call a spade a spade?







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Doresrules
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re: The black community doesn't feel they have equal protection under the law...


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The present state of Detroit is a small picture into a potentially larger one for America


You are right. Has nothing to do with liberals though. Outsourcing of jobs leaves no where to work. Leads to poverty. Leads to crime. Has nothing to do with the black community.






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Beer Bryant
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re: The black community doesn't feel they have equal protection under the law...


So being able to breed with Whites denotes progress for Black people? In case you haven't noticed, U.S. society is on the decline. The rule of law is being abandoned.





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