17 July, 2020

Oops. What They Say Sometimes! (Can You Say That?)

Posted by Socrates in 'Black Lives Matter', black behavior, black behavior vs. white behavior, Black Cities, black crime, black culture, Insurrection of 2020, racism, racism accusations, Rev. Jesse Jackson, Socrates at 12:12 pm | Permanent Link

“There is nothing more painful to me at this stage in my life than to walk down the street and hear footsteps and start thinking about robbery. Then (I) look around and see someone white and feel relieved.” — Rev. Jesse Jackson, who is Black, in Chicago at a meeting of Operation PUSH, Saturday, November 27, 1993. [Here].


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