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A Conversation About Race by Craig Bodeker

A Conversation about Race” is my answer to President Obama’s call for such a dialogue. As I state in the opening lines of the film, “I can’t think of another issue that is more artificial, manufactured or manipulated, than this whole construct called, ‘racism.’
In his groundbreaking new documentary; A Conversation About Race, filmmaker Craig Bodeker redefines the conventional wisdom on Race and Racism. A diverse group of Colorado residents are challenged for their thoughts on:

Why do white students score better than black students on standardized tests?

Why is the NBA nearly 90% black?

Have you ever been “racist?

Are whites better at anything than blacks?

Do blacks commit more crimes than whites?

Can you name a public figure who is “racist”?

Can you give an example of the racism you see in your daily life?

How do you feel about immigration from Mexico?
A Conversation About Race is just the starting point. Watch the film, and then have your own conversation about race. You’ll be surprised at what you discover!

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Americans are being slandered as “RACISTS”more than ever before! Yet I don’t know of ANY nation that has done more for it’s “minorities” than the USA has.

There’s no other nation on Earth that has created so many “minority” millionaires, yet so many of these “minorities” still hate America for her “racism?”

We hear that “White European Culture” is overpowering and dominant. We hear that we need exclusively African American, Hispanic, and even Asian TV networks just to offset the “oppressive influences” of white culture! But have you turned on a TV lately?

Just how much “White Culture” is featured in American Broadcasting today? There’s rarely any program or ad that doesn’t feature at the least, an EVEN distribution of races or ethnic groups, even though two out of every three Americans are white! This is just one of the many “disconnects” I see in my daily life on matters of race.



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