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"Tragedy, Genocide and The Almighty Dollar: When Does Capitalism Go Too Far?"

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SPONSORED BY MARK PITTMA"Disgraced" NBA team owner Donald Sterling has "agreed" to relinquich control of the LA Clippers to his wife to negotiate a sale of the team. Considering  what the circumstances were, true justice would remove his rights to have any monetary gain from the team either directly or by third-party subsidiary. New York City has built a museum "in honor of" the fallen victims of the 9/11 attacks in 2001, showcasing the destroyed artifacts and pieces of the buildings and site rubble left behind from the explosion. Wonderful gesture, but they are charging admission and selling "souvenirs" for profit. Racism against African-Americans, as displayed by Sterling and others, viciously reminds us that slavery and the well-known history of African-Americans have not made much progress from where we left it--and charging admission for a museum that endlessly brings to the front page one of the most horrific occurrences for over 6,000 people and using the word "commemorative" seems more like a justifiable cover front for the capitalist agenda behind it. Join in tonight to share your thoughts.