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Sunday, April 20, 2008

How To Talk to Black People

Last year, a committee was formed in Eugene, Oregon before the 2008 Olympic Track and Field Trials, to "educate Trials volunteers about the need for cultural sensitivity when greeting the hundreds of African-American athletes, fans and family members expected to land in Eugene next summer."

Here is a satirical look at what one of their training videos may have looked like...

Somebody in Oregon needs to read chapter 2 of The Ten Things You Can't Say In America, by "The Sage from South-Central," Larry Elder.

If you would like to listen to Larry's excellent radio program, click here. You can also listen live between 3:00pm and 6:30pm, Pacific time.



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