Professor Eddie Glaude used the massacre in Tulsa, Oklahoma’s “Black Wall Street” to bust the American myth. His statement is one we must understand.
Historically, the high-water mark for American dissatisfaction with government was the 1970s — the era of Vietnam, Nixon and Watergate.
It may be true that Americans may not be as divided on immigration as some would think. However, the spoils go to those who vote irrespective of what the polls say.
One should never generalize when describing individuals, but most paint citizens of every country with a personality in the aggregate. These Canadians’ views of American sting.
Police officers reflect society. They bring those prejudices into their job like anyone else. Americans must self-examine as they are the only solution.