Racism Chronicles #1: Montbello CO HVAC Redlining, Open Carry Gun License, Kelly Price at CVS, and Pat Boone’s Riches (Videos)
Is America a racist nation? Does white supremacy shape our most strategic domestic and international policies? Does race define the daily arrangements, the systems, and structures that are the foundations of American society? For years, many have attempted to resolve this question. However, the approach has left white in denials and blacks in frustration. RACISM CHRONICLES Series is intended to explore the topic through a different lens. By not asserting racism, per se, but by putting the converse assertion on trial. The series presents videos and asks questions such as, “If this is not racism, what would racism look like in this situation?” To the challenge, “Well, this is just one bad apple”, we ask, “What number of instances must be recorded to demonstrate that racism is real? Would we need to, for instance, polygraph 330 million Americans to arrive at a definitive answer?” The Series will delve into virtually every aspect of American life to ultimately ask, “If America is not racist, what is behind this situation and countless others like these?” Time has long since past for people who have felt the terror of racism to convince the evil of its darkness. Darkness hates more than anything, light, and will take all measures to avoid it. We have come to a point where serious healing of the evil will only occur by challenging what claims itself to be light. That is, assert the evil and give it the opportunity to demonstrate that it is not.
Black Man Vs. White Man Carrying AR-15 Legally.Disturb RealityOriginal: https://youtu.be/BKGZnB41_e4
Posted by Disturb Reality on Friday, May 15, 2015
Montbello is a proud Denver neighborhood. But a representative from this Colorado company called it “Mount Ghetto” & a home to “colored people.”Here’s Heidi Hemmat’s full report: http://link.kdvr.com/1JC9ObNBut we want to hear from you: How big of a problem do you think racism is in Colorado?
Posted by FOX31 KDVR.com on Wednesday, April 29, 2015
Only On 2: An R&B celebrity says a 24-hour #CVS pharmacist refused to fill her prescription for painkillers in the middle of the night “because of the neighborhood.” FULL STORY: http://cbsloc.al/1FlV5ANGrammy-nominated singer Kelly Price lives in #Carson and is convinced the pharmacist meant the vicinity is unsafe because it’s in a low-income area. Watch the video to see why she views what happened as an attack on the community. #KellyPrice #CVSpharmacy #health #OnlyOn2
Posted by CBS Los Angeles on Thursday, May 14, 2015
Pat Boone is known for being the popular white artist who used a lot of black music in order to achieve fame and fortune. During the 1950s and 60s, Boone took a lot of music created by black artists and made it his own, earning millions in the process. The artist told 45 million albums throughout his career and has been heavily criticized by those who believe that he ripped off those who provided the source of his musical inspiration. At that time, black artists had few rights, and this sort of thing was accepted.
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