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Fear Itself: Why Do Blacks Fail to Address Discrimination?

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Why do blacks complain about, but fail to enforce anti-discrimination laws? 4 Justice Radio welcomes a panel of guests with knowledge about the federal government (Ricardo Jones),  psychology (Abena Afreeka) and spirituality (Sistar Myra) to tackle the issue of fears that make us subject to the ills of discrimination.  Are you held in the grip of fear, cowardice and complacency when standing up for yourself, your family and your community? Face your fears and take positive action, 4justice! =======================

Blog Talk After Hours (Part 2) - Conference
(July 8 , 2011 - 11:35 a.m. (EST) Callers ask questions to last from 30 minutes to an hour. Share your stories of fear to act in the face of racial discrimination. Conference dial-in number: (712) 432-0900; Access code: 948395

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