Tuesday, September 16, 2014

Racist Trolls Hijack Childrens Anti-Racism Video

Racism Is Not Over. But I'm Over Racism
There is a new anti-racism video starring actual children from Ferguson, MO making the rounds on Youtube. In the video the kids use humor and sarcasm to educate Americans about the reality of present day racism. The children in the video, who range in age from 6 to 13 years old, were recruited from the very block where unarmed black teen Michael Brown was gunned down.

Here is the video...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KQfg52m0-4o

The children in the video cite facts and statistics and sometimes employ uncomfortable humor to illustrate the truth about the racism their generation still faces.

That is the good... Here is the bad.

Despite the fact that there is nothing factually untrue or controversial in the video the page has nonetheless been hi-jacked by right wing racist trolls who are making it their mission to inundate the comment section with vile language and give the video as many "Thumbs Down" as they can!
 
Please go to the Youtube page to watch this and "Thumbs Up" this video to offset the negativity being perpetrated by the racists. It's a good cause and the video speaks the truth!

PS - don't read the comments unless you want to get really upset... Like I said the page is filthy with f**ked up racist trolls!

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1 comment:

  1. So the ONLY explanation for anyone who doesn't like this video is that they're racist. It couldn't be that they believe it's wrong to involve children in adult matters? If a child happens to experience racism & asks about it that's one thing. Trying to explain this concept to a 6 yr old & encouraging him OR HER (wouldn't want to be branded sexist) to espouse a certain point of view (no matter how justified) is abusive.

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