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Racism can be defined as views, practices and actions reflecting the belief that humanity is divided into distinct biological groups called races and that members of a certain race share certain attributes which make that group less desirable, more desirable, inferior or superior. The exact definition of racism is controversial both because there is little scholarly agreement about the meaning of the concept "race", and because there is also little agreement about what does and doesn't constitute discrimination. Some definitions would have it that any assumption that a person's behavior would be influenced by their racial categorization is racist, regardless of whether the action is intentionally harmful or pejorative. Other definitions only include consciously malignant forms of discrimination. Racism include discriminatory behaviors and beliefs based on cultural, national, ethnic, caste, or religious stereotypes. The practice of treating certain groups preferentially, or denying rights or benefits to certain groups, based on racial characteristics is termed “institutional racism”. Stokely Carmichael of the “Black Panthers Movement” is credited for coining the phrase institutional racism in the late 1960s. He defined the term as “the collective failure of an organization to provide an appropriate and professional service to people because of their color, culture or ethnic origin”.
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We all have prejudices. No matter how you are raised there are certain prejudgments in your mind that come to the forefront when you see certain people. It may not be with the intent of maliciousness, but they come to your conscious even if not out of your mouth.
Are certain parts of the country worse than others? Are Southerners too critical of Northerners? Are East Coasters disrespectful of West Coasters?
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Chad Wilson talks the latest topics in high school and college football including:
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Amber Ciera works at the local ABC affiliate news station in Downtown Salisbury, MD. She has a passion for video production, encouraging the youth, and impacting social change. Learn about her latest project, Color Grid, a reality docu-drama web show that follows unscripted race discussions.
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Kay Morris is a native of Jamaica and was raised by two Pentecostal Minister Parents. She was exposed to the two most important influences that have guided her life, spiritual faith and the message of music. It would come as little surprise that Kay began her singing career at the tender age of four! Kay has worked tremendously hard in order to explore and celebrate her musical and spiritual roots, which she has fully embraced from Canada, Africa, and Jamaica. She is a multi-faceted persona, functioning in many capacities such as: an Assistant Pastor at Light and Life Ministries, an Ambassador, an accomplished singer/song writer/arranger, Reggae Gospel Music Hall of Famer (inducted on November 28, 2010, in New York City), fashion designer, humanitarian, Benevolent Queen, Mentor, and motivational speaker. This versatile multi-award winning internationally acclaimed reggae Gospel artiste is also the President of the Kay Morris Foundation (KMF) in Canada and Ghana West Africa respectively. Her humanitarian work and music ministry takes her to many Nations on the Continent of Africa, the Caribbean, Europe, Asia, USA, and South America. Kay’s musical journey has allowed her to minister at conferences, music festivals, church conventions, music industry/artist showcases & many other venues. She has also ministered and has empowered women and youths in many conferences around the world. The Electrifying Kay Morris takes over the stage under the Power of the Anointing, and captivates her audiences, demonstrating her versatility & offering a fresh perspective in a variety of musical styles. Kay Morris’ music has allowed her to cross religious, cultural, and racial barriers around the world.
Until Ferguson, every act of apparent racially motivated violence in the news sparked the same pointless debate about the role of race in the incident. Despite an obvious pattern of police violence against people of color, many Americans continue to insist that we live in a post-racial society. Often, they point to the election of President Obama as proof. When it is pointed out that many of the attacks on Obama are overtly racist, it provokes angry denial among the Tea Party types. The problem is that just as most Tea Party supporters do not acknowledge their unconscious racist biases, their accusers fail to take into account the fact that holding such unrecognized beliefs is not the same thing as consciously choosing to believe in the superiority of one race over another.
Walter Davis is a retired military veteran, a survivor of the infamous 16th Street Church bombing in Birminghamd that killed several Black children and an expert at facilitating discussions about race. In this show, we talk about what it will take to have an honest discussion about racism in America and how we can work together to unite people of different races, polititical philosophies and socioeconomic circumstances to work together to establish liberty and justice for all.
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Lumumba has worked to defend the rights of African American activists and communities. He has educated and organized student activists throughout the Midwest and the South and persuaded universities to attract and cultivate people of color. He has been on the frontline of protecting African American communities from drug trafficking and gang violence. He has opposed rights violations by local, state, and national law enforcement and intelligence agencies and vigilante groups; he has confronted the Ku Klux Klan in Michigan and Mississippi.
Lumumba became an advocate for the protection of Black communities, following attacks by local police and vigilante groups. Rather than harassing the so-called “radical leadership”, special units of the Detroit police, had begun targeting the African American community for “pre-emptive action”.
Lumumba confronted these abuses with community patrols against violence and drug dealing and an urban scout program for young people to protect themselves against gang and racial attacks. He created the Malcolm X Center to educate and train young Black activists. He established Africa-centric schools to teach the dismantling of racism and sexism and inspire Black pride. He challenged the excessive rates for heat and electricity being charged residents of poor neighborhoods.
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