Charles Love is the Executive Director of Seeking Educational Excellence, the host of The Charles Love Show, the co-host of the podcast, Cut the Bull, and the author of two books.
Race, much more than class, persists in being the chief issue with which American society grapples–the timeless, contentious issue over which so many of our fights are still waged, and to which there appears to be no imminent resolution. In recent years, this struggle seems to have worsened, and one might be forgiven for thinking that racial harmony is a kind of impossible dream of which he ought to be disabused.This, at least, is the message promulgated by the likes of BLM, the 1619 Project, and the mysterious Movement for Black Lives–groups into which, with a rare combination of fearlessness and impartiality, my esteemed guest, Charles Love, probes.
From this episode, you’ll learn…
The origins of BLM; the shadow organization by which it’s funded–the “Movement For Black Lives”; how to appreciate the New York Times’ 1619 Project; the merits and demerits of this historico-journalistic endeavor; the sincerity of those who advocate“Anti-Racism” (Nikole Hannah-Jones, Ibram X. Kendi); why black Republicans are the Democrats’ betes noire; why black Americans disproportionately support Democrats; the meaning of “Progressive Racism”; what we can do to become a color-blind society; and much more!
What is the definition of “Progressive Racism”?
What’s been the effect of Progressive Racism?
What are the TRUE motivations of Progressivism?
Comments on Ibram X. Kendi and Nikole Hannah-Jones
LGBTQIA and BLM: Strange bedfellows
The Movement for Black Lives: the puppet master
Why does the Left dislike Black Conservatives?
Origins of the Republican Party
The Charles Love Show (main website)
Cut the Bull podcast
The Movement For Black Lives
What is Finneran's Wake?
Finneran’s Wake – where the ART OF CONVERSATION lives. Where no topic is untouchable, no idea inadmissible, and no one too heretical to be heard.
In this age of ineloquence, this dark decade of intolerance, we’ve all forgotten how to talk and, more importantly, how to listen. I hope, on this channel, to rehabilitate and refine these two neglected acts.
As the great French essayist Montaigne once said, “To my taste, the most fruitful and natural exercise of our minds is conversation. I find the practice of it the most delightful activity in our lives”.
I agree. And so, I welcome you to join me. Let us exercise our minds together. Let us practice this delightful activity as friends. Let us engage, now and forever, in the art of conversation.