When will Obama say that a 12-year-old black girl -- shot and killed by a 19-year-old black male -- could have been his daughter?
This week’s Glazov Gang had the honor of being joined by Ying Ma, author of Chinese Girl in the Ghetto, Ann-Marie Murrell, the National Director of PolitiChicks.tv, and Tiffany Gabbay, National Development Director for the David Horowitz Freedom Center.
The Gang members gathered to discuss Why Aren't We All Kade’jah Davis? The discussion took place in Part II (beginning at the 5:50 mark) and focused on why our entire society knows Trayvon Martin's name but not the name of a 12-year-old black girl shot and killed by a 19-year-old black male. When will Obama say that she could have been his daughter? [For more on this phenomenon, read John Perazzo's Frontpage article, "Trayvon Martin and Forgotten Dead"]
In Part I, the Gang focused on Ying Ma's memoir Chinese Girl in the Ghetto. The Gang shed light on the double standards in our society in terms of what racial violence is discussed and what type is pushed into invisibility.
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