LOS ANGELES — As Americans celebrate and remember the life, words and deeds of American civil rights icon Martin Luther King Jr., conversations about the current state of race relations in America are sure to follow. For the truth about these critically important issues, here are five informative videos that are “must-watch” for every American:
Former Vanderbilt professor Carol Swain dives into the real history of the Republican party to debunk accusations of racism and sexism. In reality, and contrary to the beliefs of many, Democratic contempt toward African Americans has remained throughout its history.
Antonia Okafor, previously a liberal feminist, tell the story of her empowering decision to become a gun owner and a Conservative, and how that decision resulted in being labeled a “racist, sexist, misogynist” by her liberal counterparts.
Taleeb Starkes, author of the Amazon.com #1 bestseller, “Black Lies Matter,” lists the top five issues facing black Americans, all of which can be solved among their communities. Surprisingly, the list does not include racism.
University of New Orleans student Chloe Valdary explains that counterintuitively, giving blacks special privilege through social justice actually increases discrimination. Valdary calls for equal treatment of blacks in every way.
Former President Barack Obama famously said that racism was “part of our DNA” in the United States. Author and talk-show host Larry Elder examines America’s legacy of race relations and in the process, offers a new way of looking at things such as Ferguson, racial profiling, and crime.
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