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Angela Davis is voting Green Party for President

A lecture on racism in U.S.

In what might have been a dig at Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton, Davis said that segregation was not abolished because a political leader woke up one day and had an epiphany. Segregation was eliminated because ordinary people became aware that they could be agents of social change.

Davis also spoke of the dangers of associating racism with individuals rather than institutions and attitudes. It’s easy to express outrage when a radio talk show host makes racist comments about black athletes, but why do so few Americans look deeper than that, at the culture that gives rise to such attitudes?

“We live as if racism has been eliminated,” she said. “We treat these events as if they were exceptions or aberrations. But there is a reservoir of racism in our collective psyches.”

And, in a reference to Sen. Barack Obama, Davis said we can’t assume that the new president will represent “our hopes and dreams.” As an aside, Davis said she is voting for the presidential candidate nominated by the Green Party.

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2 Responses

  1. After the Republican party failed to stop the communist take-over of two of America’s branches of government (likely all three will be affected soon). I was looking to a party who my peaceably slow and eventually push back the communists’ attempt to take over America. I know Americans will not succumb to communism. I just needed a focal.

    I want to thank you for this article indicating the communist Angela Davis will vote Green Party at http://www.onthewilderside.com/2008/02/08/angela-davis-is-voting-green-party-for-president/ . It will rule out the Green Party as a possibility.

    Thanks again!

    The Unknown Cynic

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