The debate "Why is it that in this news announcement I saw a black man punches a white old lady continued" was started by
June 17, 2018, 10:38 pm.
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neveralone and 2 visitors agree.
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In Chicago it's all about cowards using gun laws so they can attack unarmed folks. It has nothing to do with calling people blacks and whites. Cowards don't believe in skin color, they only believe in disarmed folks to attack.
no. race shouldnt matter. I find it frustrating that both sides still do. albiet sometimes for good reason.
either way, most of the time when they mention race it isnt a criminal act but a police shooting that they specify the white perp.
historically in citizen on citizen crime, they use general people terms for white people but highlight the black criminal as black.
honestly race shouldn't be mentioned, except for a police shooting to identify the victim or a terror attack to identify the attacker. because those have had newsworthy patterns, with the terrorists having 2 patterns of Muslim or white conservative.
for a punch and run, do you think the race is necessary?
its changed to today's news now. it was up when I linked it. I would of gave the vid. but it wouldn't let me.
I don't see the article you seem to be describing.
it's just the home page. I believe it's the 12th one in.
not mentioning the race unless relevant should be the default, but I'm not sure how much you can read a national narrative from a single article. the source and the details would help shed light. could you link the article?
and (unlike any time a white person hits shoots ect. someone) his race wasn't even mentioned? I noticed this and I know it's a single event but I find that this seems to happen often. idk it might just be me but that's why I posted this.