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OK guys! Explain this thing racist call the race card. This is the first time I've asked this question, and I want someone who knows to find the guts to call in and tell my listeners and followers exactly what is the race card.
I've heard that Black people are looking for free stuff
I've heard that poor Black people have no models of people going to work everyday.
I've heard that inner city people are generational too lazy too work.
I've heard that Black people were better off as slaves
I've heard that Black people need to pull themselves up by their own bootstraps
I've heard many more racist remarks made naming specific people which I will not put in print.
Every time groups of Black/ or organizations supportive of Blacks speak out against such remarks, I hear someone I would refer to as racist say, there they go with that race card again.
I want someone from the majority race to explain how it feels being representative of people who held people in bondage for generations, and now you are one of those who feel all that I do not have is my own fault.
I am as full blooded America as any other person claiming to be an American. America never kept the promise of 40 acres and a mule to my ancestors. But America did pay the slave owners, and merchants for the loss of human beings as property when slavery was abolished.
The true America, the Indian welcomed the White man to the land and the payment received was salughter, captivity, and being herded onto reservations.
So now, after hearing Bundy and Sterling this week, I want to hear exactly what you think this race card is as it relates to Blacks using it. And while at it tell me why affirmative action has has no need.
The mid-terms are upon us an Democrats may finally be paying for the devastation their policies have brought to America. With no successes to run on, Democrat incumbents being dragged down by their loyalty to Barack Obama are using the last option they have: the race card. This time, it seems a majority of Americans have heard it all before and see right through the cheap campaign tactics and are prepared to throw the bums out.
NPR's Michele Norris, former regular host of "All Things Considered," just won a Peabody Award from the University of Georgia for her self-funded work, "The Race Card Project." It invites people to submit 6-word phrases or sentences, describing their experiences and impressions of race in America.
About The Race Card Project, by Michele Norris
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The Race Card Project encourages people to condense their observations and experiences about race into one sentence with just Six Words. Since it began in 2010, the Project has received tens of thousands of Six Word stories from all over the world. The Race Card Project has earned a deep well of trust on a thorny topic as evidenced by the candor and depth of the submissions.The Six Word essays featured on the website, theracecardproject.com, provide a window into America’s private conversations about race and cultural identity. As such, the website has been used by schools, businesses, churches and even the military to foster a dialogue about race. The Six Word stories are also featured regularly in reports by Michele Norris on NPR’s Morning Edition.
Tonight, the Race Card and whatever questions you would like to ask me.
Hosted by dark-skinned free-thinker Vincent E Brown, this show discusses a myriad of issues from the political, moral, and religious. Of course, every now and then a bit of controversy is liable to show up at any time, so tune in and listen to a host who is black, Christian, and conservative.
Join us as we discuss the Non Indictment decisions in the Michael Brown and Eric Garner cases and unpack the myth of living in a "Post Racial America". Tia and Kim also explore New Age Activism and what role Celebrities play in the movement. Please send any questions, comments or topic ideas to SitWithUsOnline@gmail.com
"Playing the race card" is an idiomatic phrase that refers to exploitation of either racist or anti-racist attitudes by accusing others of racism. The phrase is commonly used in two contexts. In the first, and more common context, it alleges that someone has deliberately and falsely accused another person of being a racist in order to gain some sort of advantage. In the second context, it refers to someone exploiting prejudice against another race for political or some other advantage.
Your hosts, Bryan and Seterria, have argued that the term itself is a rhetorical device used in an effort to devalue and minimize claims of racism. Just because some exploit racism for personal gain doesn't mean racism doesn't still exist. Join your hosts as they revisit old topics of the show where racial implications were brought up, but never fully explored. Tonight all the race cards will be thrown on the table, and "The Fine Print" will show its hands.
Anyone brave enough to go all in and call their bluffs?
Ethan and Jimmy join you for another exciting end of week episode leading up to Ethan's conspiracy show. Today we talk
- Maryland Dems are using the race card with two fliers. We talk
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- Ethan has talks about the latest Avengers trailer
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Conservative oriented show discussing the traditional values of the United States as it was founded. Special attention to the support of our military, veterans rights and The Constistutiom of the United States. Current events and actions the average American can take to help protect and preserve out way of life and safeguard our liberties.
As if things in the US weren't bad enough? Atty Gen. Holder plays the race card. This is typical liberal behavior when they become exposed.
We've all been watching the news and witnessing the recent injustices that plaque this nation and bringing to the forefront a problem this country has been struggling with since its conception. We want to hear from the BLACKMAN! What are your thoughts are your own extinction and how do you plan to defend yourself...HOW? Call with your plan of action tonight on MskittyTalkRadio
There are far too many stories in recent headlines that have us pulling out our deck of race cards. Rightfully so? You be the judge.
Tune into this episode as we discuss the death of Eric Garner, NWA's racist casting call and the firing of sportscaster Pam Oliver. We'll consider how much race played a role in the outcome of these headline-making stories.
We'll be joined by CEO of TMI Consulting, a firm with a focus on diversity, as she weighs in with her heavy-hitting opinions.
It's a trump tight show. Don't miss it!
This episode is sponsored by Stephanie Goode Kelly, an independent owner of Rodan + Fields. They are changing skin and changing lives!
We will discuss the recent comments by Attorney General Holder about the "special way that he's been treated" with James Yardley, contributor to American Thinker. Jim wrote a post today.
The Democrats are desperately changing the conversation and hoping that blacks, Hispanics and young people won't be thinking about the US economy on election day.
Furthermore, Obama Care continues to be a disaster with voters, as two more polls confirm. (Gallup & Pew)
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tonight you will be getting my real feelings on this dumb ass nigga mike brown.his own stupid actions got him killed,and we all know it.im done listening to the race baiters like al dumb fuck and jessie jump to action,telling us this was a race problem.this was a dumb nigga problem plain and simple.we dont need these guys anymore in the black community,but we keep on calling them.what good have these negro pastors done for the hood,they getting rich off of you.