Nothing says togetherness more than bringing up a 115 year old race riot over and over and over again. Is that he only go-to issue you can think of? And that'll motivate people to not want to segregate how? That sure is a lot easier to do than addressing real issues that, if worked on, would actually improve things in the black community.
The sad part about this is that it points out that the real problem in the community is one of looking for instant gratification instead of actually working to fix anything.
And then there's Snoop Dog's mother: A woman who spawned a rapper who made his living glorifying violence, disrespect for women and homophobia. This is the kind of person you want to display as the poster child for togetherness? No wonder your community has problems.
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