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That's the argument by Stephen A this morning that he was 14/15 years old and this was an old photo and he evolved. It's sad that black men continue to tap dance for these racist white folks. There's nothing Jerry Jones has done that made me think he's no other than that a racist. His comments that he was just standing there observing or curious of what was happening is BS. I was 14/15 years old and I still remember some of the racist things my white classmates would say and do and is now more pronounced as adults. So, don't give me this he was 14/15 and didn't know what was going on. He knew that black students was attending his high school that day. They act like he was some 5 year old. He's a high schooler and many are well aware of what's happening. Ask the high schoolers today that protest racism and hate in our schools.
SAS was cringe worthy this morning. Interesting how Jones is portrayed as this innocent curious little boy.But young Black males are never accorded the same and almost deserving of brutal treatment or death and viewed as threatening.
-26 years old.
I do find it quite a fascinating day/event because of how it gave birth to Television journalism, and the death of radio journalism.
This broadcast remains the most jarring for me.
Normal tv and then bam, America has changed forever.
I Cant imagine how I would have taken it. I do know, given the information up to that point, I almost certainly wouldnt have been a Johnny Kennedy man.
Understand. You surprised me when you said you wouldn't have been a Kennedy man. However, others here who form the leftist communist Democrat legion, I understand how they would have not been in the Kennedy camp. Kennedy was a "Cold War" warrior. Moreover, he was not ultra-liberal or leftist. Neither did he submit to much of the tactics of the era's civil rights movement (direct action). I think he was more persuaded by Thurgood Marshall's tactic of use of the courts.