Today on Real Talk with Rashad Richey our special guest was Cheryl Baldwin, the head of the Clayton County Chapter of the NAACP. Cheryl joined Rashad in his discussion of black organizations possibly selling out by accepting large monetary donations from known racists or individuals with track records of supporting political acts which affect minorities.
The discussion stems from the Koch brothers donating 25 million dollars to the United Negro College Fund. The Koch brothers are known for supporting acts which affect minorities such as the Voter ID Act, and supporting acts which go against President Obama.
Listen to the interview below.Comments