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Watch Rachel Maddow Highlights: June 10 | MSNBC

 

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61 comments

    1. Kudos to a young woman of courage and intelligence. Hopefully this is what the future of our country looks like.

  1. You are correct, they don’t want to see the problem in front of them and acknowledge it absolutely exists. I’m so sorry.

  2. I think this a great start, I know a lot of people are doing some soul searching right now, it is important that the knowledge out there is correct. We don’t have time to be ignorant.

    1. Thanks to kennedy,us white folks have a better understanding of what it means to be or not to be,racist. Way to go girl!

    1. It’s probably malfunctioning because of the smoke & steam that’s coming off her… Daaamm!!!

  3. The term “races” itself was created for the purpose of division. Especially when you consider the fact there are no such thing as races. We all belong to one race/species, known as homosapiens. I know of no other race or human species.

    1. @Kenny dark2light I did look at “Amazing Polly” once.
      Did you fact check on her?
      The video I saw was showing she did not even understand what Socialism is. Building a straw man and then set it on fire.

    2. @Peter Scheen well look at her again…and yes just not slopes. Ect..she usually shows docs. She’s not out to deceive…and always comes back and corrects if she gets something wrong…what did she say about socialism that was incorrect

    1. Government is inherently inefficient, secretive and brutal. In the USA, we have the added benefit of government serving corporate masters. So we got that going for us, which is nice….

    1. @wildgoosedreaming1 I guess that sums up you huh? I’ll just wait around until you destroy yourself and then we’ll move in.

    2. @wildgoosedreaming1 That’s a marvelously well thought out adjective. Did you learn this in your abnormal Sociology 101 course at Utopian U?

  4. These are the reason I still have hope in America and the spirit of people willing to change for a better future. Thank you for being a good person.

    1. Who needs to change for a better future? You? That you’re even suggesting such a thing is indicative of your Marxist white privilege. Poor hardworking whites and blacks don’t see the need for change and why would they when they’ve been working and living alongside one another for over 60 years?

    2. @Leonie Romanes Millions? What is it that you want to see happen? What are your long term Political goals?

  5. The US has to put a floor under people. A higher minimum wage, guaranteed healthcare, etc. A minimum standard of living. Guaranteed. To all.

    1. @Timbolus97
      The happiest people are the Scandinavians countries who are well taxed. And happy to be provided many of lifes nessessities; education, child care, health care, a long paid maternity leave…dad too plus many other extras. Imagine a world where you didn’t have to worry about basic human needs. Sounds pretty wonderful to me. Sign me up.

  6. I love the way she puts this. People actually have to care enough, to know enough, and to learn about it. Segregation has kept racism out of many white peoples daily lives. So they don’t understand how it is effecting people who are black, or other.
    People have to care enough to listen to someone else, in order to be able to help them. If a group of people are removed from daily problems of another group, then they will not understand that the problems exist, or what the problems even are.

    1. Nathaniel Anderson , it’s the ignorance that creates the fear which maintains the ignorance. If we could just talk to each other that ignorance would be replaced with the knowledge that we are more alike in ways that go deeper than skin color or religion, or ethnicity or politics. We are all human beings and as such we have the same basic needs and desires . But it looks hopeful that we are starting that conversation with each other.

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