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We hear the term “black-on-black crime” quite often on news shows. Like the term “reverse racism,” it appears to be a term insinuates something to be an isolated problem when it’s in fact something all people experience. All races experience a high rate of race-on-race crime, but why do we not hear the terms “white-on-white crime” or “Latino-on-Latino crime”? Why are black people singled out?
- Is the black-on-black crime rate that much worse than other races?
- Does the media perpetuate these violent rages that apparently runs only in black communities?
- What should leaders do to address it?
All of this, Charlie Charlie, and more onthe Talk 2 Q Radio Show! “No experts. Just opinons.”
Show No. 484
Scheduled for 75-90 mins.