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The NAACP has been without direction or purpose for a number of years, but now with its handling of the Rachel Dolezal debacle the NAACP is officially dead. When its leadership is more inclined to embrace a liar and a deciever because it fits an agenda it has shown that whatever shred of integrity the NAACP had is now gone.
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Join the Ron and Don Show tonight as we welcome Mr. Jim Clingman a long time watchdog of his local and national NAACP to discuss with us the background behind Federal Judge Susan J. Dlott , who has subpoenaed the National NAACP President Cornell William Brooks and the National NAACP Legal Counsel. This will be a wake up call for black America.
We also cover the tragic shooting of two reporters and talk about the motivation behind this event. Then we talk about Minnesota's version of Black Lives Matter and much more. The phone lines will be open. Don't miss this program.
There are many things of the past that have faded into just memories. A and P food stores no longer dot the landscape. Woolworth's are also distant memories. THe American Football League was swallowed up by the NFL and few traces of its' exsistance remain.
American Motors has gone the way of the do do bird and it is time for the NAACP to follow suit. Just the name is enough for me to not be able to take it serioulsy as an agent for change in the 21st century. Real "colored people???" If Rush Limbuagh got a blast about "colored people" liberal would lose their damned minds. So like a boxer that has stayed too long the NAACP stumbles punchdrunk through the days stammering nonesense. Its time to put up the gloves.
Johnson spearheaded and ignited the asking for Rachel Dolezal's resignation.Johnson set up an online petition through the website MoveOn.Org and has received more than 200 signatures as of Sunday night."We don't care what race she is, but when you are leader, it doesn't even matter if you've made a mistake but the fact that you will not respond to the people, that you won't issue an apology,” Johnson said. “Come clean.”So you mean to tell me that your going to lie within a lie and say you don't understand the question,” Johnson said. “And you don't know if you're African American or not because she had been proudly professing that."Johnson said that's also why she is concerned with the position taken by the national NAACP. Last week, the organization released a statement that said in part: “The NAACP Alaska-Oregon-Washington State Conference stands behind Ms. Dolezal's advocacy record.”Johnson said that record has been based on lies.“I've asked people to boycott the NAACP, do not go to meetings, do not pay membership until they reconsider the decision to back a person they consider a leader, because we don't,” Johnson said..
In recognition of Father's Day, which will be on Sunday, June 21, we on Critical Discourse, will discuss that male aspect of the family dynamic, the father.
While we often pay tribute to our mothers (and we should), oftentimes, we neglect the father, sometimes even treating him as a joke.
So, we want to discuss fatherhood in general, the responsibilities, challenges and triumphs, from our own and observational points of view. Feel free t0 share your insights and stories with us.
In the meantime, as much as I was trying to ignore the NAACP / Rachael Dolezal fiasco, it was the comments of some of her defenders (Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Melissa Harris-Perry, Michael Eric Dyson, etc.) that fired me up to speak on this. And to be certain, all I say on Saturday, will be it, as for the most part, this obsession with this compulsive liar, serves nothing more than a distraction from important issues.
So desperate we've become as a people under liberal influence, to defend anything endorsed by MS-NBC and other liberal bastions, that we'd even defend a "black" woman, who history shows, was more than willing to take issue with a perceived advantage of being black.
Then, I understand that the majority of black America would support this liar over Justice Thomas (Oh, I get it; her "work" makes her "blacker" than he).
But, we will not lose focus on the primary topic, fathers / fatherhood..
Hammer goes after the NAACP-Has this country the good ole USA lost its damn mind. This politcal correctness is tearing this country a part. We become weak if someone is doing ,saying,wearing something that is a offensive to someone and we want it gone or stopped.Wake up America take this country back because we became blind sheep and our freedome is being slaughtered. Case in point.
An Ohio police chief isn’t really addressing controversy that has unfolded since he was seen in photos wearing a Confederate Flag vest while vacationing in South Dakota, WKYC reports.
Port Clinton police Chief Robert Hickman said that he doesn’t “look at the Confederate flag as a racist symbol,” with some residents defending him, saying he doesn’t have a “racist bone” in his body.
However, some aren’t very impressed. Sandusky NAACP president Jim Jackson told the Sandusky Register that the attire was inappropriate in light of the controversy surrounding the flag, particularly since the Charleston, S.C. shooting.
"There are likely very few Americans who don't understand that symbol," Jackson told the news site. "You can't be ignorant because every individual in America understands what that flag means."
The race of one of the most prominent faces in Spokane, Washington, Rachel Dolezal, has come under heavy community and media fire. Rachel Dolezal, who has identified herself as African American, is under question after her estranged mother claimed she is white, and born to two Caucasian parents.
The questions to be addressed on this episode of Hot Topics Talk Radio:
Does it matter that the head of the NAACP Spokane Chapter is white?
Why wasn’t Dolezal honest about her heritage/race?
Should she be removed from her post as president of the Spokane Chapter?
Is it more acceptable for whites to pass as blacks, than blacks passing as white?
… and more.
Join the HTTR team as they delve into this very controversial story of NAACP’s Spokane Chapter President, Rachel Dolezal.
Wednesday, June 17, 2015, at 8:00pm PST/10:00pm CST/11:00pm EST.
The live on-air number to listen and comment is (646)200-3148. Or listen live from your computer here on Blog Talk Radio, or from our website at: www.hottopicstalkradio.com/hottopicstalkradio
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(CNN)Rachel Dolezal -- fresh off of stepping down as head of the Spokane NAACP chapter over criticism that she's portrayed herself as black, even though she was born white -- stood by that self-assessment Tuesday, insisting, "I identify as black."
Dolezal did not deny her biological parents are white or that she has changed how she looks at herself over the years in an interview on NBC's "Today" show. And she admitted not having corrected various published reports over the years labeling her as transracial, biracial and black.
At the same time, Dolezal -- while admitting she might have conducted some interviews differently -- insisted she'd do the same thing again overall when it comes to how she has portrayed herself racially.
CNN's Ed Payne, Dana Ford, Alyssa Jackson, Ray Sanchez, Ashley Fantz, Stephanie Elam, Paul Vercammen, Gary Tuchman, Tony Marco and Ralph Ellis contributed to this report.
Join Zaiyah and Uptown as they discuss this and other important topics on this weeks edition of Zaiyahs House.
(CNN)The race of one of the most prominent faces in Spokane, Washington's black community is under question after her estranged mother claimed she is white but is "being dishonest and deceptive with her identity."
Rachel Dolezal, 37, is the head of the local chapter of the NAACP and has identified herself as at least partly African-American. But her Montana birth certificate says she was born to two parents who say they are Caucasian. The parents shared that document and old photos with CNN.
"We are her birth parents," Lawrence Dolezal told CNN on Friday. "We do not understand why she feels it's necessary to misrepresent her ethnicity."
CNN tried to reach Rachel Dolezal for comment by emailing and calling her, but was unsuccessful. The Spokane Spokesman-Review. newspaper reported, though, that she has framed the controversy surrounding her racial identity in the context of litigation over guardianship of her adopted brother.
According to court documents obtained by CNN, Rachel Dolezal's adopted brother, who is black, sought emancipation from Ruthanne and Lawrence Dolezal in 2010. The adopted brother, now 21, said the Dolezals used "physical forms of punishment" and had sent his brother and sister away to group homes because they didn't cooperate with the couple's religion and rules.
The adopted brother wanted to live with Rachel Dolezal "in a multiracial household where black culture is celebrated and I have a connection to the black community," the court papers said. The papers did not specify Rachel Dolezal's race.
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