Today's interview with Burgess Owens covers the excellent organization, Second Chance 4 Youth, which is dedicated to helping incarcerated men and women turn their lives around and become productive members of society following the four H's - head, heart, hand, home. Find out more at burgessowens.com.Burgess goes on to describe his experiences growing up and witnessing the inspirational growth in the black community, contrasted against the way Democrats and elitism have worked to negate that progress. Elitist Democratic politicians’ hypocrisy is highlighted by the example of Barack Obama ending successful public school programs in Washington D.C. while sending his own children to an $80,000 a year private school.On reparations, what criteria would be used to determine who is legitimately black and deserving of reparations? Reparations is a canard that makes no sense and turns everyone into a racist.Owens goes on to describe his experiences growing up in the deep south and offers advice to NFL and NBA players whom he believes are being used as political pawns. He also says that the NAACP has done more damage to black communities than the KKK and explains the importance of staying committed to American values and principles.
Robert L. Woodson, Sr. is founder of the Woodson Center, which helps residents of low-income neighborhoods address the problems of their communities. He is also the former head of the National Urban League Department of Criminal Justice and has been a resident fellow at the American Enterprise Foundation for Public Policy Research. Mr. Woodson is a MacArthur “genius” awardee and recipient of the 2008 Bradley Prize, the Presidential Citizens Award, and a 2008 Social Entrepreneurship Award from the Manhattan Institute.Woodson doesn’t mince words when it comes to delivering the truth about the grievanceindustry, so-called sensitivity trainers, the entitlement culture, and even ColinKaepernick. Great interview.
Shelby Steele is a conservative author, columnist, documentary film maker, recipient of the National Humanities Medal, and a Robert J. and Marion E. Oster Senior Fellow at Stanford University’s Hoover Institution. He has written extensively on race relations, multiculturalism, and affirmative action for many major publications, including the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, and Harper’s, and has appeared on Nightline, 60 Minutes, and many Fox News programs.
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