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Professor Discusses Why She’s Calling In Call Out Culture | Morning Joe | MSNBC

 

Visiting associate professor at Smith College, Loretta Ross, is the author of the upcoming book 'Calling In the Calling Out Culture,' and she joins Morning Joe to discuss her thoughts on cancel culture. Aired on 12/03/2020
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Professor Discusses Why She's Calling In Call Out Culture | Morning Joe | MSNBC

38 comments

  1. I might be cynical but Isn’t it often more about creating attention about themselves rather than actually changing things?

    1. I agree, it’s the virtue signaling nonsense that brings attention to the person rather than the idea/cause.

  2. Very good points!! Be outraged about injustices. But don’t take it out in the people who disagree with you. Change the system that made it!

    1. I would agree that channeling energy to change a system is fine, but those people who disagree are the adversaries whose viewpoints need to be challenged politely and logically

  3. Professor Ross, you clearly excel in holding our hearts in your hand; thank you for sharing such a powerful tool for trust and compassionate integrity.

  4. She makes good points but the right has shown no humanity thus it makes forgiveness or conversation impossible.

  5. What a great lady! I think the most important think is if people have learned from the mistake and have grown from that.

    1. @archlab7 considering that he did nothing wrong and there was evidence Roger Stone put people up to making the accusations…

  6. “When you ask people to give up hate, you need to be there for them when they do.”
    …Wow. That’s a word (message from God).

    1. Noreen Mountain me too I went back too my 16 year old self …and had too go I the room and ask my now 16 year old daughter for forgiveness.. for something she said wow …. I’m going to reflect before I object

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