Community leaders attack racism
Two dozen community leaders and members - from all genders, races, backgrounds and socioeconomic situations - spent three days this week talking face-to-face about something a lot of people are uncomfortable about: racism and race relations.
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#1 Nov 17, 2012
Robert Brown of temple of deliverance has all kinds of freaks at his church. One old guy smoking crack right by the church waiting for his old lady. They had a wedding and some of the wedding party were doing drugs in the neighborhood. A gangsters funeral had the whole neighborhood flooded with gangsters. People could not even get out of their driveways. They play music and scream so loud they can be heard in houses a block away. Horrable neighbors they are.
#2 Nov 17, 2012
Well if you say anything that isn't praise to a black, you are racist. Blacks are not taught at home of common acceptable ways society works together. It's all me, me, me with them!
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