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

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When are we going to have White community leaders?


We cant because then its racial.


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rb
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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. 


Why did you feel the need to ask this question? Personal preference is obviously not racism.Your own argument for racism in this instance totally discounts it's meaning.I'm white and prefer white women,guess I'm racist?


Zahrim
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re: The black community doesn't feel they have equal protection under the law...
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Has nothing to do with liberals though.


It has everything to do with liberals and their 40 years of tax and spend policies coupled with their oppression of the black community through welfare and food stamp programs which has been de-incentiveising them from getting gainful employment which have devastated that once proud center of American manufacturing.


goatmilker
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re: The black community doesn't feel they have equal protection under the law...
How do we fix this?


O.J. disagrees.


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Doresrules
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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...


I agree. But here lies the problem. There are NO BLACK LEADERS. I often ponder to ask where the black community would be today if MLK was still alive. If Malcolm X was still alive.(Once he grew as a man and changed his views) Medgar Evers. If some of these guys were respected elders in the black community.

In my opinion they wouldn't be jumping on every single case for publicity. They would be working on Chicago. Working on the unemployment in the African American community. Working on the education of some urban and poverty stricken areas.

Its something I've struggled with for years. Wanting to go into some type of activist role. Its hard to focus on one single issue. Also you struggle with the lack of "care" by the race. No one cares about anything. No one cares about the country and take pride in the country. Hard to see how one could inspire this race.


Five0
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re: The black community doesn't feel they have equal protection under the law...
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Has nothing to do with liberals though.


Oh boy.


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SabiDojo
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re: The black community doesn't feel they have equal protection under the law...
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It has everything to do with liberals and their 40 years of tax and spend policies coupled with their oppression of the black community through welfare and food stamp programs which has been de-incentiveising them from getting gainful employment which have devastated that once proud center of American manufacturing.


Oh, for shit's sake.


NC_Tigah
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What do we do to change that perception?
Provide hope to change. Motivate goal oriented behavior. Incentivize it.
Not kidding.

There has to be hope.
Without it, there is no respect for life.
Without hope there is no incentive to seek something better.


rintintin
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re: The black community doesn't feel they have equal protection under the law...
Under the law? Nothing

The laws have been changed, slavery, the civil rights movement, any and all laws discriminating against blacks are far gone. If anything, the laws today favor blacks. What is left is societal racism. And sorry to say, but IMO that will never disappear.

Humans are a racist and prejudice breed. We will always relate better to our common race, whether consciously or unconsciously. That doesn't mean we should hate each other or treat others with disrespect, we just need to learn to live in peace.


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SabiDojo
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re: The black community doesn't feel they have equal protection under the law...
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Provide hope to change. Motivate goal oriented behavior. Incentivize it.



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There has to be hope.
Without it, there is no respect for life.
Without hope there is no incentive to seek something better.


THANK YOU!!!!!!!!!!


Doresrules
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re: The black community doesn't feel they have equal protection under the law...
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Why did you feel the need to ask this question? Personal preference is obviously not racism.Your own argument for racism in this instance totally discounts it's meaning.I'm white and prefer white women,guess I'm racist?


I didn't accuse her of being racist. The practice was however passed down to her by someone with a different view on race. I felt compelled to ask because we were talking about dating in general. There is a difference between personal preference and religious obligation. The same religion that I'm a part of.


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



Not going to happen, the economic pie is shrinking not growing. The masses of unemployable Blacks is growing not shrinking. The demands for equality of results can not be met.

Things are going to get worse, the grand experiment failed miserably.


SabiDojo
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re: The black community doesn't feel they have equal protection under the law...
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Things are going to get worse, the grand experiment failed miserably.



Are you sure about that?


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Beer Bryant
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re: The black community doesn't feel they have equal protection under the law...
Would you go to a crap city in Mexico and tell them the reason their city is shiity has nothing to do with the way they're running the place?


Doresrules
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through welfare and food stamp programs


You do realize that there are more white people who benefit from welfare and food stamps than there are black people. The effect of getting rid of those programs would effect all races.

I'm not a fan of the programs at all by the way.


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goatmilker
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re: The black community doesn't feel they have equal protection under the law...
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the grand experiment failed miserably.


The good thing is...there is always another 'grand experiment'.


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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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Provide hope to change. Motivate goal oriented behavior. Incentivize it.




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There has to be hope.
Without it, there is no respect for life.
Without hope there is no incentive to seek something better.




THANK YOU!!!!!!!!!!


Not happening with the liberal policies that have been in place in that city for the last 40 years.


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SabiDojo
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re: The black community doesn't feel they have equal protection under the law...
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Would you go to a crap city in Mexico and tell them the reason their city is shiity has nothing to do with the way they're running the place?



And, who do you think is at fault for the failure of programs?


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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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Provide hope to change. Motivate goal oriented behavior. Incentivize it


I definitely agree. But how do you offer that when everything around them is poverty, crime stricken, and on top of that parents who don't give a crap?


Mohican
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re: The black community doesn't feel they have equal protection under the law...
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Has nothing to do with liberals though. Outsourcing of jobs leaves no where to work.


Why are those jobs being outsourced? It wouldn't have anything to do with those liberal bastions known as unions would it? A business wouldn't move out of a city because it is getting taxed to death and getting little in return would it?


I blame liberal ideals for all the racial tension we see today. The racists of the past were pure evil. They were true white supremacists. The liberal ideal of equality isolates and promotes the concept of the victim. In order to make everybody even, we must identify victims. Blacks, Gays, non-Christians, the poor, women, workers, illegal immigrants.... the list goes on.

This victimization leads to factioning of society and pits man against man. As long as we have a government that treats each faction DIFFERENTLY and allocates resources based on this, we will never see racial harmony. Our government treats us differently so why would society be compelled treat each other as equals?


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