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Confronting Racism

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No theme song.  No introduction.  No callers.  Just me with something to say.

Those who have listened to the Talk 2 Q Radio Show over the past decade know that I don't always give my opinions on the show.  I choose just to be a moderator and allow others to voice their perspectives.  That's why I named the show, "Talk 2 Q" instead of "Listen to Q".

But, I had to get some things off of my chest, so I recorded something.  There's no format to this podcast.  It's just me discussing my opinion about the recent events that have occurred in this country regarding black people who were slain.  Every week, there's a new story about a black man shot.  It's not always a police shooting.  Sometimes citizens shoot black people, too.

I feel so badly for those who have this happen to a family member unjustly.  I don't even care if the person is innocent or guilty.  They are allowed their day in court.  At that point, let the jury decide his or her fate.  Don't let someone make that decision it on the street.

Anyway, I'll just let you listen and I hope that you feel compelled to provide feedback on this.  By no means am I coming down on white people in this podcast because all white people aren't racist.  But I am pointing out those who appear to be contributing to the problem moreso than helping resolve it.  As you can see, black people are struggling to fix it.  We try peacefully and get our heads cracked.  We get rowdy and get our heads cracked.

So, how do we confront racism?  

Show #798

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