“(Marc, you may see that) the Tea Party right as bigots, (but others) say that the paternalistic attitudes (towards Blacks from the political left)…is bigotry as well…because it tells you that you have a place in society, but…it is one of subservience and (of) being in need…where you cannot do for one’s self.”
CHICAGO, IL (June 23, 2012) – Political commentator and community activist Lenny McAllister speaks with local media man and community advocate Marc Sims during this two-part impromptu interview on the streets of Chicago. (This interview is currently airing on Chicago local television; check Comcast listings for dates and times starting today.) Topics include President Obama’s record over the past 4 years, the political paradigm in Black America shifting from a partisan perspective, and ways to change Chicago for the better in the days ahead.
Watch the 2-segment conversation below (filmed May 2012) below:
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