Is there a difference in the shootings of Ma’Khia Bryant and say Ricardo Munoz or Hakim Littleton? How about Rayshard Brooks or Duante Wright?
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With news of accidental shooting of Daunte Wright, we are left with riots and serious questions about the future
July 8, 2020 – NO Soundbites Allowed – It is inexcusable that children have died as a result of #BLM & Autonoumous Zones (#CHAZ, #Atlanta). That cost the life of a 19 & 16 yr…
June 28, 2020 – NO Soundbites Allowed – Even as the Seattle #CHAZ (or #CHOP) socialism experiment is being removed, in Syracuse and other cities statues are threatened with being toppled. Police are under fire….
June 21, 2020 – NO Soundbites Allowed – Why did the Seattle #CHAZ change its name to CHOP? What does that mean?How can protests not cause #Covid spread but rallies can? Why does asking a…
June 20, 2020 – NO Soundbites Allowed – Over the last decade we have constantly heard variations on the theme of “shut up”. Whether is calling someone a “racist” or “sexist” or a variation of…
While many in the media distract, excuse or minimize the racial tweet by Bette Midler, we go to the heart of it and talk on the tough reality
The difficult question of police use of force is a common theme facing the nation. But is it fair to judge any local police force based on the social media emotion of a largely isolated event thousands of miles away? Especially when facts are not known – facts that often refute the politically motivated messaging of some political organizations? What benefit does such judgement provide to local communities – if any? What is the impact to those that disagree with the political-based messaging? We discuss it all in this episode of NO Soundbites Allowed podcast, please comment and share.
The action of Binghamton University to embrace openly racist thought under the guise of sensitivity training, at a time in the nation where hate speech has been heralded and the violence that it births has been justified, should invoke a public outcry and deep concern from the general student body.
Until a few days ago the term transracialism was unheard of in the common lexicon. Transracialism is a matter of feeling. If you feel like you are X, then you are. Yet the reality of race relations is that the issues are far more rooted in the bedrock of the nation.