Light skinned with no negro dialect

“Light skinned with no Negro dialect,” says Senator Harry Reid regarding President Barack Obama’s acceptability as a choice for holding the highest seat in our nation. If Michael Steele or any other conservative had said anything like it, the remarks would be labeled racist and plastered over every available news outlet.
“As it stands, only a few brave souls are publicizing the comments while there is a massive push at damage control from those who wish to bury the elitist pattern that is prevalent in our government today,” said Dr. Alveda King, founder of King for America. “Maafa21.com and bloodmoneyfilm.com are excellent sources of understanding where the kind of thinking espoused by Senator Reid originates,” she added.
“This type of thinking by Senator Reid and others is sadly outrageous, no matter what the ethnic or political viewpoint happens to be. We are one human race, and polarizing people because of skin color is really bad,” she stated.
“Senator Reid, an apology is a good place to start, but what Congress really needs to do is to rectify such eugenics and genocidal behavior backed by rich and powerful organizations like Planned Parenthood, by eliminating government subsidized abortion funding from any legislation that you plan to pass,” says Dr. King.
King, who is preparing to join her family and the world in celebrating the life and legacy of her uncle, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. this week is saddened by Senator Reid’s remarks.
“What would my uncle, and my father think, to hear such things? Their “Beloved Community” is sorely threatened when racism rears its ugly head once again.”

2 Responses to “Light skinned with no negro dialect”

  1. Lisa Shaw says:

    “Senator Reid, an apology is a good place to start, but what Congress really needs to do is to rectify such eugenics and genocidal behavior backed by rich and powerful organizations like Planned Parenthood, by eliminating government subsidized abortion funding from any legislation that you plan to pass,” says Dr. King.”

    You said it all above Dr. King.

  2. Perfect – I could not agree more. Congress – the government needs to put positive actions to words and get out of the dark ages.

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