How can ingrained attitudes result in racial injustice?

How can ingrained attitudes result in racial injustice? 1

 

Leading up to the death of George Floyd, long-simmering anger over enduring racial inequality helped bring the US to a boiling point. CNN's Tom Foreman takes a closer look. #CNN #News

61 Comments on "How can ingrained attitudes result in racial injustice?"

  1. Stifled Voice | June 8, 2020 at 12:56 AM | Reply

    It is hard for some people to “know thyself.”

    • Adam Gutierrez | June 8, 2020 at 4:28 AM | Reply

      Trump biden and ceo’s of corporate white america etc. Have no choice but to jump on the wagon….they gotta go with our movement if they dont its bad business for them.

    • I love You Tube,you just deleted my attachment. Are you afraid of the truth getting out. Keep the sheep asleep. You people should win a Pulitzer prize for hiding the truth from people.

    • Abdul Jabbar | June 8, 2020 at 6:07 AM | Reply

      Say no to anal sex. Covid 19 spotted
      Youtube owner and three employees as per wikipedia.

    • George Layton | June 8, 2020 at 7:10 AM | Reply

      Their introversion gets in the way of their introspection.

    • Return of Zeus | June 8, 2020 at 8:05 AM | Reply

      Bush, Busch & Von Dem Bussche

      https://worldcrimesyndicate.blogspot.com/2020/03/royal-family-of-united-states.html

      Bush-Walker, Busch Beer Dynasty, Von Dem Bussche, Nazism, Military Industrial Complex, Raytheon, Northrup Grumman, DARPA, CIA, 9/11 and the Bush-Saud Connection, Political Monopolization, Bush-Hawkins-Bourbon Drug Cartel Deal, Sons of Silence MC and its Anheuser Busch Logo, Hardenberg Bankers, and the Points of Light Charity Racket

  2. Infinity Storm | June 8, 2020 at 1:41 AM | Reply

    Never judge someone by the color or their skin only on their actions and character and personality

    • Freedom & Liberty Bot | June 8, 2020 at 9:20 AM | Reply

      Cool, you walk the thugs alley at 3am, nothing to worry about, trust yourself, skin color doesn’t matter.

    • Abdul Jabbar | June 8, 2020 at 9:33 AM | Reply

      5 g network of jews google is failed. I posted a video earlier and said
      Say no to anal sex. Covid 16 youtube owners deleted the video. Lol jews and christians.

    • Mine Finder | June 8, 2020 at 9:55 AM | Reply

      I’ll judge BLM by the businesses they loot and burn down, and by the innocent people they murder.

    • Too bad the black community doesn’t do that. It’s always skin color before everything, being black means being absolved of any wrong doing.

    • Well, that is why I avoid blacks – because I judge them based on their actions and behavior.

  3. Imagine a virus so smart, it knows whether you’re at work, or protesting.

    • Mike Dunigan | June 8, 2020 at 4:15 AM | Reply

      @Nåmen, tilbage til TIBETSAGEN The police are refusing to follow orders of politicians. All this mess, is “just following orders” of the police themselves.

    • I hope the black community will finally recognize that the racism and violence towards blacks always occurs in cities controlled by Democrats for the past 50 years, usually by cops managed by Democrats.
      Blexit baby.

    • Joes B4 Hose | June 8, 2020 at 4:46 AM | Reply

      The fires set by the rioters wards off the virus.

    • All part of the liberal agenda.
      Corona virus? Trump’s fault
      people protesting? Trump’s fault
      Our GREAT Commander in Chief can’t catch a break from the dirty fake news clowns!

    • Return of Zeus | June 8, 2020 at 8:08 AM | Reply

      Don Trump and the Atlantic City Mafia

      https://worldcrimesyndicate.blogspot.com/2020/03/don-trump-and-atlantic-city-mafia.html

      President Donald Trump and Cosa Nostra, House of Savoy, Gaetani Family, Philadelphia Crime Syndicate, Joey Merlino, Testa Mafia Hitmen, Gambino Crime Syndicate, Casino Money Launderers

  4. Or going home?

  5. I feel like some thing is trying to un.unite the united sattes of America!!

    • unknown unknown | June 8, 2020 at 10:20 AM | Reply

      @Vinie Chwani almost like 30% or 40% of afrcian american dont a agree with you

    • @Mike Dunigan

      On the recent Memorial Day weekend in Chicago, 10 African-Americans were killed in drive-by shootings

      In 2018 there were 7407 black homicide victims. Assuming a comparable number of victims last year, those nine unarmed black victims of police shootings represent 0.1% of all African-Americans killed in 2019

      NOT SURE THE POLICE R THE TROUBLE

    • Untied to whom?

    • Calvin R. Johnson Jr. | June 8, 2020 at 8:00 PM | Reply

      @Pat Orsban so explain Florida Texas, Georgia, Virginia, Lousiana Kentucky, Missouri, Mississippi. I can keep going if these racist States aren’t enough for you

    • @Calvin R. Johnson Jr. easy, it’s the Democrats cities where all the blacks get shot, with police forces run Democrats.
      https://www.cbc.ca/news/world/list-police-related-deaths-usa-1.4438618
      Jesus you lemmings are pathetic

  6. Don’t forget, when Jane Elliot pointed it out, she was fired from her school…

  7. Ingrained attitudes from the inbred

  8. Facts .. i got stories to tell about my experience.

  9. [DA2K] Zetauri | June 8, 2020 at 6:34 AM | Reply

    In science, such as physics for instance, it is called *confirmation bias* when you falsly interprete results of an experiment as confirming your mathematical formula or theory, wheras in social interaction it is known as *prejudice* when you generalize and attribute a behaviour to a certain group of people based on your beliefs and past experiences with them and therefore have a negative attitude towards them from the getgo. Be aware that bias in societies can fuel racism and xenophobia BUT not all biased people are racists! Keep that in mind before labeling critical people too quickly!

    • Margaret Nicol | June 8, 2020 at 7:21 AM | Reply

      If you have people look at a screen of moving pastel dots and one red dot – it’s the red dot they’ll remember?

    • Bonaoa Aoaiia | June 8, 2020 at 1:54 PM | Reply

      N
      Yeshttps://youtu.be/oT6aLBBRhGAK

    • “when you generalize and attribute a behaviour to a certain group of people based on your beliefs and past experiences with them and therefore have a negative attitude towards them from the getgo” That’s racism. Hell, you even listed “beliefs” first because it’s the most important part. Not liking an entire race of people because of knowledge and first hand experience, that’s… everyone’s reaction to white Europeans?
      It’s like that old Far Side cartoon about the Mayflower reaching the new world. One native turns to other after seeing the ship of Pilgrims “There goes the Neighborhood”, a classic “biased”/racist phrase.
      It’s funny because it’s true, horribly true.

  10. Thanks for removing and CENSORING my comment. What happened tonight? Haha.

    We’ll see what happens tomorrow (today, 6/8). Enjoy!

  11. “If every US state were counted as a country, the 31 countries with the highest incarceration rates in the world would all be US states.”

    Start there?

  12. Keep working on that Race war CNN November election is 4 months aways

  13. David's Garden | June 8, 2020 at 8:58 AM | Reply

    Dogs lives matter. He can’t breathe woman!

  14. Mai Mariarti | June 8, 2020 at 9:49 AM | Reply

    You are asking shallow people to be deep and look past skin color?
    Good luck with that…

  15. Rosalind Hampton | June 8, 2020 at 10:43 AM | Reply

    *”ALL 3 OF’EM LOOK ILLIFORMED”*

  16. The Zombie Whisperer | June 8, 2020 at 11:07 AM | Reply

    That man would have said something to stop the murder he recorded, I personally think it was a video for white supremacy training videos.

  17. Just a Viewer | June 8, 2020 at 12:04 PM | Reply

    When I was young having an argument with my mom. She’d ask me who I was mad at and I would answer “you people”. Because I was afraid to call any one person out. So everyone would be mad at me. I actually found it easier than confronting the actual person. It’s more real and much more in your face confronting the problem head on. So I always skirted around it. Getting everyone involved and uneasy. I’ve been thinking. Instead of calling out an entire race for the action of one or a few. How about having the guts to call out the persons name. Dealing with it like an adult and not getting everyone acting like they are in a school yard. Deal with people as individuals. Now there’s a concept. That could be quite a blow to racism.

  18. Jane Elliot is a brilliant mind lookup “Jane Elliot Blue Eyes Brown Eyes Experiment”

  19. Aww gee how can this happen? How about because the mainstream media stokes division and lies about a racist society that doesn’t exist.

  20. David L Lewis | June 8, 2020 at 3:23 PM | Reply

    Conceding I am white and grew up in the 1950’s, my father taught us to always “ask a policeman”. I am what I am to a large degree because of who my father was. Who would I be if he’d taught me the police were my adversaries? Just asking for some future generation.

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