The reality about America’s workforce readiness is ignored when comparing one race unemployment -v- employment with another race participation the real or ignored numbers don’t lie. 488 more words
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"White Supremacists Are Glad Boehner’s Leaving": Didn’t Focus Enough On "The Replacement Of Whites By Non-Whites"
"Democrats And Black Voters": To Win The Support Of People Of Color, You Have To Incorporate Their Concerns
It has been pretty well established by now that a Democratic candidate can’t win the presidential nomination (much less a general election) without the support of African Americans. 606 more words
"Racism Vs. Whites? You’re Kidding Me": Majorities Of Whites Think Anti-White Discrimination Is As Bad As The Anti-Black Kind
Last week, New York Times columnist Tom Edsall, in a piece about Donald Trump’s appeal among conservative voters, cited an alarming survey on white people’s racial attitudes that made me wonder if large segments of white America are completely misinterpreting what racism is and how prevalent it remains in our society. 1,203 more words
#Blacklivesmatter.com - Reminds Me of Malcolm X Renown Revelation - You've Been Hoodwinked, You've Been Had, You've Been Took! - Sadly Once Again Black America
You’ve and many others are being led around by a narrative that does not reflect the whole truth. Like sheep, you appear only concerned about how much green grass is available in the field to munch on while ignoring the better weeds mixed with the sweat grass as you chew. 400 more words
Stop Making Black America Look Like a Sissy Nation and Why Today's Racist is Not Your Grandad's Bigot.
By The Bug (apologies for the blog going wacky for a while. I do know how to use proper paragraph format writing)
This is a sensitive issue deserving anything but a sensitive touch, because quite frankly, 2,282 more words
The slow death of white America: How will the great melting pot adapt to the millions of black and Hispanic voters who swept Obama back to power, asks TOM LEONARD
For Republicans struggling to understand their defeat at the polls, the most chilling statistic in this week’s presidential election was this: Mitt Romney won the biggest share of the white vote that any Republican White House contender ever has — and he still lost. 1,703 more words