Black Lives & Common Sense (As opposed to Common Ignorance)

Mar 17, 2021 | News and Opinion, Prager U

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Amala Ekpunobi grew up in a leftist home and worked as an organizer for the political left. She never questioned the narrative — until she discovered the racism she thought she was fighting against was being perpetuated by her side. “We are bringing back segregation in this country, and people will sell it to you that we are doing it in a positive manner…it perpetuates the same racist narrative that they are trying to run away from.”Amala shares her story of questioning leftist ideology, which ultimately led to changing her mind. Click to watch.

 

Brandon Tatum grew up idolizing sports figures like Michael Jordan. After his own dreams of playing in the NFL fell apart on draft day, he was devastated—until a fateful encounter with a new kind of hero helped him discover a new calling as a police officer. But when the nation’s leaders and the media turned against law enforcement, Brandon struggled to reconcile his own experiences with their anti-police rhetoric and began questioning everything he was taught about how he should think as a black man in America. Click to watch

 

 

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