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Movies like "Selma" and "The Help" generate a lot of conversation among whites and blacks about racism in the past and how far we've come since then. The push for school desegregation in the 1950's was for the purpose of making sure all students received the same high quality education, and also to remove barriers of fear and hate between races of people. The question is, did it work? Are whites who went to integrated schools noticeably different in attitude than those who went to all white schools? Are blacks who went to integrated schools better equipped to interact intellectually and socially with whites than those who did not? Was school integration a benefit or not? If school desegregation was a successful strategy to create racial harmony, where and how did the adults today get indoctrinated with the philosophy of white supremacy?
We know that history repeats itself and it would seem that the more the world changes (societal outlooks and perceptions), the more it stays the same or regresses.
People are in constant uproars over things that have been settled in Heaven a long time ago. God knows what He intended marriage to be; He said what He meant and meant what He said. Nothing anyone does--not the Supreme Court--or anyone else is going to change that. So, can we move on?
Children are dying at the hands of their parents, daily.
Education in America is a joke and every other nation is outperforming our students. In Michigan, the graduation rate is up, but graduates are reading at a fourth-grade level. Where is the improvement in that scenario? Testing does not teach and all standard testing should be banned until the tenth-grade--when it will matter and students have enough time to fix what they don't know.
Parents avoid parenting their children and children are running their owns, leaving parents looking stupid because of either their fear to correct them or their negligence in not caring enough to correct and discipline them.
Senior Citizens are being nailed to the wall when it comes to medical attention and being able to eat healthy.
The unemployment rate while down, still leaves people working at laughable wages.
Believers are fearful instead of loving and not many are in relationship witih God.
Racism is alive and well!
These are the things which should concern us because we can change them. Speak up, America with your vote in 2016!
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Please note that around minute 45 we ran into some tech issues, and so we had to end the conversation. We'll continue the conversation in another conversation, which will include the rest of The Slants!
Co-host Kevin goes solo for this conversation with Simon Tam of The Slants, the greatest (only?) "Chinatown dance rock band." For a preview, check out this NPR conversation about the band, which has been fighting the man! www.onthemedia.org/story/why-cant-you-trademark-slur/
About Simon Tam
Simon Tam is an award-winning musician, best-selling author, entrepreneur, and social justice activist.
Simon is best known as the founder and bassist of The Slants, the world’s first and only all-Asian American dance rock band. His approach to activism through the arts has been highlighted in thousands of media features across 82 countries, including: BBC World News, NPR, TIME Magazine, TED talks, NBC, and the New York Times.
Find out more about Simon here: www.linkedin.com/in/simonstam.
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