Jun 24, 2015

Ben Carson: Struggle with racism 'is far from over' | WashingtonExaminer.com

Republican presidential candidate Dr. Ben Carson wants the nation to stop being sensitive about the white on black killings in Charleston, S.C., last week, demanding that people calls this sickness what it is ... racism. In a toughly-worded statement, Carson urged Americans to attack racism head-on. I understand the sensitivities. To some, calling the events in Charleston, S.C., a hate crime...

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