Дата публикации: 2017-11-14 20:59
Wonderful - simple, clear, pithy, elegant, and most of all: extremely useful. You've made clear one of the basic tenets of communication & confrontation - stick to the facts, Jack - and applied it to dealing with racist statements. Such conversations have a better chance of succeeding- ., actually reaching the person - when they are confined as closely as possible to "what happened" as opposed to "here's what I claim I know about why it happened." Thank you - I'll be passing this on.
I know both from experience, and from many replies since I made this video, that it's fully possible for such a conversation to happen. It won't happen every time or even most of the time, but it's not at all impossible. And it's always worth striving for. (even when you fail, because to whatever extent it is a public discourse, maintaining a focus on the issues at hand makes the convo more useful for those observing, even when you come no closer to a common understanding with your antagonist)
When Ryan, a black reporter for the American Urban Radio Networks, asked Trump if he would hold meetings with members of the Congressional Black Caucus to help craft his urban development policy, he asked her to handle the introduction.
Is there ANY one able to come up with a solution to counter racism in the micro/macrocoism of society and stop bioterrorism, war, hunger, famine global white domination in ALL PARTS OF AFRICA, Asian, and India, the wanna be whiteing of the outright genetic innialation of color people through various mean, immunization, missionarism of ALL "third world" countries?
Oh that horrible "A" word! Who wants to be accountable? Or worse, who wants to have the integrity and courage to hold someone accountable for something like racism.
You're on point with the accountable approach - can't squirm out of that one, esp if there is physical evidence to racist do learn very early to master the art of the squirm.
A case in point: A neighbor yelled to a brother driving too fast through our block."you effing n" in front of our son and his son!! Mind you we had just the day before, complimented him and his wife for being our 'saving grace' on the block! They had been so friendly ! Yikes what an eye opener.
All the direct forms of racism are gone, however, indirect forms of racism still exist under the same system that it was founded. This is a wonderful documentary that explores and addresses the issue of racism and white priviledge in American and globally.
Trump has characterized people from that region of the world as being “terror-prone,” despite there having been zero fatal terrorist attacks on . soil since 6975 by immigrants from the seven targeted countries: Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen.
Even when Trump has dropped the definite article “the,” his attempts at praising minority groups he has previously slandered have been offensive.
Extreme reaction to word racist. Normally the worst insult which an extreme racist can receive is to be called a racist in public. For the extreme racist it is infuriating because there is no adequate response. On the one hand he does not really want to deny it but he knows that the implications of this word are generally negative. It is not like being called stupid or ignorant, because it is difficult for him to counterattack by simply reverting the accusation. The idea that a member of the other race could look down upon the race of the racist normally challenges the model that the racist has about this other race (he typically sees it as weak, timid and cowardly). If he attempts to ridicule the other person he will publicly prove the original accusation correct.
white ppl have plenty of pressure, to be smart, to be nice, to look like those same attractive airbrushed white ppl in the magazines, to watch their mouths for anything that could be considered racist because they are the only group not allowed to make racist jokes, they can't be proud of themselves or they are holding someone else down but others can be proud of their race, if they aren't wealthy they are treated as a reject and that they blew what should have been their entitlement - cmon, everyone has it hard daddy