The Mo Ivory Show Talks About White Guilt
Today on the Mo Ivory Show, we talked about Vice President Joe Biden’s apology this past Sunday in Selma, AL as he joined Black leaders commemorating the day in March 1965 known as Bloody Sunday. A day when police clashed with nearly 600 marchers forcing them back from the Edmond Pettus Bridge. Vice President Biden apologized for taking 48 years to get to Selma. We began talking about “white guilt” and its impact on African Americans and our communities. According to the Urbandictionary.com, White Guilt is defined as the individual or collective guilt often said to be felt by some white people for the racist treatment of people of color by whites both historically and presently. The conversation continued about whether white guilt is a good or bad thing?
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