The C.O.W.S. Global Sunday Talk on Racism 07/19/20

Sunday, July 19th 3:00PM Eastern/ 12:00PM Pacific

The Context of White Supremacy hosts the Global Sunday Talk on Racism. This program is specifically engineered to encourage participation from non-white people outside the United States and Victims of White Supremacy who may not be able to tune in our typical broadcast time. Like the Covid-19 health crisis, the System of White Supremacy is a global enterprise, so Victims of Racism should keep a planetary – if not universal – perspective when contemplating solving The Problem. The world continues to be strangled by Covid-19. Although the U.S. continues to showcase the most dangerous and incompetent virus response on the planet, no one has solved the rona. We’ll see how restrictions, social distancing and quarrels over masks our evolving around the world. The confusion and strife generated by Covid-19 as well as the recent protests against White Supremacy have produced an extraordinary increase in over White violence against black people in the U.S. We’ll see if there’s been a similar increase in White hostility in other parts of the planet.
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One Reply to “The C.O.W.S. Global Sunday Talk on Racism 07/19/20”

  1. I’m going to have to disagree with the comment about not watching the tragedy. Why? Emmitt Till’s mother comes in to mind for starters. Does she know why she wanted an open casket during her son’s funeral? It was to show EVERYONE and a reminder to the black community that we still have far to go. There are black people in our community who have status who believe it isn’t that bad, then and now. There are black people who don’t pay attention to what’s going on, then and now. Mamie Till made her son’s death go viral. As far as it being traumatizing, I can only speak for myself because it’s not for me. It’s a motivation factor, just like the showing of George Floyd’s death. Yes, we’re angry but without it being seen, the world wouldn’t have reacted as it has. But either they get this handled now or suffer later. I am one of those who can sit down and watch Rosewood, Burring in Mississippi, etc. I can read books by racist folks. As far as I’m concerned it gives me more power over these people not the other way around. They want us dead anyway. So it’s damned if we do and damned if we don’t. But this is just me.

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