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Do Whites In Interracial Relationships See Race Differently?

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Join Angela Thomas & Rodney Smith for an episode of Our Own Voices Live!

Today's show titled;  "Do Whites In Interracial Relationships See Race Differently?"

While listening to the Michael Baisden show he and George commented on the number of whites that called in to support the family of Trayvon Martin.

They observed that most that supported the Martin family were white people that wer involved with Black people in an interracial relationship.  They asked the question why.

Why do you think that is and what does this teach us about over all race relations in America?

 

Trayvon Martin case: Poll finds stark racial divide http://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/trayvon-martin-case-poll-finds-stark-racial-divide/2012/04/10/gIQAEETX8S_story.html

Majority of Americans believe African Americans aren't treated fairly by the justice system but Blacks and whites are split on the, "Stand Your Ground Law" and if they feel the Martin Shooting was justified.

Black people see their son asTrayvon.  Is it that white people can't/Don't?

Take a look at this video for a possible explanation: http://www.ourownvoices.com/?p=14054

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