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Racism w/guests Jovan Mackenzy, T Deimaris Barlow, & Erick Rose
Racism has exsisted for a very long time throughout history in the world, and here in America we have a part of our History during the times of slavery where black men and women were treated as less then human. We would like to think we have come along way since those days but have we? While racism has never truly gone away in our country and most likely will always be around in some form until the Lord returns, over the last year or so we have seen an increase of this or at least it seems as an increase now that with social media videos and photos can quickly travel in minutes if not seconds. Allowing everyone to see acts of racism much more then may have possibly been seen without the internet and access to video cameras at the touch of our fingertips on just about every phone that someone may have.
My prayer for this show is to really talk about this issue of racism and what we are seeing our country. Talking about the police, black on black crime, repsonses from white people, racial profiling, the sin of racism, and what we can do better as Christians to enagage and respond to the sin of racism and show the world how to deal with this issue from a biblical worldview. While at the same time not minimizing the hurt, pain and anger felt by those who have been on the negative side of racism because of the color of their skin.
Is Racism a means to destroy America? How does Racism Facilitate the Destruction of America?
New York Police Killed by Racist Black Person - Hate Crime
Shooting in Texas - Terrorism or Hate Crime
Baltimore Protesting against Police Brutality
Baltimore Terrorism in the Streets
The Role of Education and Growing Racism in America
The Role of Government and Personal Behavior
The Role of the News Media and the Destruction of America
Congressional Caucuses Promote Racism in American
What has President Barack Obama said about these events?
What has President Barack Obama Done about Racism in America?
Has Barack Obama destroyed the Opportunity for Ben Carson to be POTUS?
What Would President George Washington Do?
President George Washington's Farewell Addres
Young people are the focus of the next broadcast of Record Talk Radio at 10 a.m. Friday, May 22.
Bergen Grassroots recently awarded its Young North Jersey Environmental Innovator award to Amanda Nesheiwat, the environmental coordinator for Secaucus.
Nesheiwat will be our guest on the first segment of the program along with Chuck Powers, president of Bergen Grassroots. She will talk about her job, a somewhat unique position among municipalities in New Jersey.
Our guest on the second half of the program will be Cid Wilson who gave the keynote speech at Bergen Community College's commencement ceremony on Thursday.
Wilson, a former college trustee, is president and CEO of the Washington, D.C.-based Hispanic Association on Corporate Responsibility.
In a conversation record on Thursday, he talked about his call on student to "dare to succeed."
Black Socrates and co-host Christy Gaynell open up the dialogue on race and racism. Is racism really a problem in America or are we so sensitive about the subject we create more problems. Does the media over emphasize race? These questions and many more explored this Saturday. At the top of the 2nd hour our "Money and Power 15" (11:00-11:15am EST) will feature a financial expert to discuss economic empowerment in the community.
In the definition of “racism”, the belief that all members of each race possess characteristics or abilities specific to that race, to distinguish it as superior to another race is primary. Prejudice, discrimination, and antagonism directed against someone of a darker hue based on the belief that one's own race is superior has dominated the behavior of many Americans in the United States.
Racism has existed throughout human history- hatred of one person by another because of skin color, language and customs influenced wars, promotion of slavery and the formation of nations. When Portuguese sailors first explored Africa in the 15th century, they came upon empires and cities as advanced as their own and they considered Africans to be serious rivals. Over time, as European powers began to plunder the continent and forcibly remove its inhabitants to work as slave laborers in new colonies across the Atlantic, Africans came to be seen as a deficient "species," as "savages." This view was necessary to justify the slave trade at a time when Western culture had begun to promote individual rights and human equality.
Black people are seen by racists as merely subhuman, more like beasts than men. American scientists and philosophers devised a false racial "science" to "prove" the supremacy of non-Jewish whites. While the Nazi annihilation of Jews discredited most of these supposedly scientific efforts to elevate one race over another, small numbers of scientists and social scientists have continued throughout the 20th century to argue the inborn shortcomings of certain races, especially Black people. What may seem to be significant "racial" differences to some people - skin color, hair, facial shape - are not of scientific significance.
From 1921 to 2015 : the Tulsa Sheriff Department is still murdering african americans in the streets of Tulsa. Sherrif Glanz like the sheriff in 1921 is still deputizing reserve volunteer dupties that murder. We the People of Oklahoma is effecting change. It is a model that other cities can copy- a city affected my murderous racism and a movement to change the culteral climate through legal channels. It is working- hear how.
Join Complexity Talk Radio - Complexity Live for a discussion about Racism In The Millennium.
The New Format: Complexity Talk Radio - Complexity Live
Race and Racism
Keeping it real
Racism in the millennium
Playing the game and winning
Knowledge is power
The needed conversation
Where do we begin?
Possibilities and opportunities
Generally speaking, discussions on race in America have been approached with a "rear-view" perspective as if racism is currently a non-existent thing of the past. There is no denying Amierca has a race problem. Current events have proven race issues are widespread and on the verge of going completely out of control as incidents in Ferguson, MO, NYC and Virginia have shown. In this Gospel Talk episode, Mona Austin takes a look at mounting race-related crimes that have occured in the US over the last year.
Is self hatred reflected in our society as Black on Black crimes? Do we agree that racism is the hatred of one group over the other based solely on race? Are these two experiences related? How are they related? Can we expect others to love and respect us if we fail to do that for ourselves?
Please join us for another captivating conversation on Discussions with Delia tonight, Wednesday, May 6th, 2015.
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Racism has been an issue since the beginning of time or has it? Some say racism is an excuse, some say forgive yet, never forget. Some say, enough already and move on... Shouldn't all races be held accountable for slavery? And, shouldn't we all be accounable for racisms survival? One would think we've come so far still, we still have so far to go. Are we doing our due diligence to create change. We can not in one sense elect a biracial President and somehow decide 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue via Google is now considered "Nigger House" by the definition of nigger, it's ineffective and frankly niggerly. It's not what your called, it's what you answer too.
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