Recognizing and addressing moral treason and the exploitation of black youths
By Bob Woodson
January 25, 2018
When the army of social-justice warriors hears about a racist flyer being distributed on campus or a noose that was found in a bathroom on campus, it becomes the lead story on the news. There is an immediate call to arms. Marches are organized, pledges are made to institute more race-sensitivity training and cultural awareness workshops, and minority-owned consulting firms that specialize in offering such training see their profits soar.
Yes, these are ugly signs of hatred, but we should consider to what extent they affect the most critical issues facing this country, and conditions of low-income blacks in particular.
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