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The good that comes out of this is that we're talking about something that needs to be talked about. What does it mean to be black? What does it mean to be white in America? Deep down, we all know what we're talking about. We all know there's a "problem" in our history as Americans and that when the term "race" comes up, there is a strong reaction. Everyone has to decide for themselves how they are going to react: ignore it, be defensive about it, offensive about it, try to explain it away. But it's still there, every time blacks and whites occupy the same space, waiting to be dealt with. The question is: what are we going to DO about it? What am I, on a personal level, going to do when the issue comes up and I have to make a decision that can help someone of another race or hurt someone of another race. That's what counts. We can talk all day long, but it's our actions that define us when it comes to race. RGIIIs actions show acceptance. What do your actions show?
2 years ago on Video: Rob Parker digs a deeper hole with first interview since RGIII controversy
@njsackman Ok lemme get this straight...Rush Limbaugh is NOT a racist, but Rob Parker and the ENTIRE Black Congressional Caucus are...is that about the gist of what you're saying...ok got it.