DailyKenn.com — No, they didn't just clash. They were attacked.
What do you do? You try to fight back but are overwhelmed.
Some news outlets suggest it's a violent conflict. CBS news, however, got it correct: "Witnesses say it was a beat-down."
Let's go back to 1968. I was fourteen years old and encountered cultural shock when I walked onto the campus of a majority-black high school. For the next four years I was immersed in what seemed to be a never-ending brawl.
What has changed?
Unlike the 1960s, today's generation is armed with video devices and the internet. The reality of 'teen' violence is obvious. There's no excuse for denial. Even the mainstream Marxist media can't hide it.
Is this why Jim Crow laws existed? Is this why schools were racially segregated?
Most black people don’t commit crime & don’t want to be thought of as criminals.— Frank DeScushin (@FrankDeScushin) March 20, 2023
Other people, however, notice crime patterns & draw conclusions. That’s reality, not racism.
Both positions are reasonable, yet unbridgeable. That tension can’t be resolved.pic.twitter.com/t1IPr7gF18