One of America’s leading cultural and historic commentators is academic schoShame: How America’s Past Sins Have Polarized Our Country. In this in-depth interview, he tells storielar,Shelby Steele, the author of s about growing up in segregated Chicago and the fights he and his family went through to end segregation in their neighborhood schools. He draws upon his own experiences facing racism while growing up in order to inform his opinions on current events. Steele also talks about more recent African-American movements, including his views on the NFL “Take the Knee” protests, the Black Lives Matter movement, and the truth behind incessant left-wing claims of racism in 21st century America.
[Editor’s note: I just returned from Mashhad, Iran, site of the Jerusalem al-Quds conference. (No hassles at the border this time.) Below is a very interesting paper presented at the conference. Its author, Maria Poumier, is the author of Marchandiser la vie humaine and maker of the documentary The Fruits of Our Womb. – Kevin Barrett, Veterans Today Editor.] Continue reading →