Author & documentarian Vince Everett Ellison grew up the child of sharecroppers on a cotton plantation in Tennessee, but his father worked hard to build a successful businesses that brought his family out of poverty and squarely into the middle class. He sees now in Black Americans a worrying lack of that same initiative, and he suspects a number of factors are responsible: A lack of religious faith. Promotion of gratuitous sex and violence as a cultural lifestyle. But, most of all, a wider plot among the progressive left to promote the notion that institutional racism is an inescapable fact of life, and to make Black Americans see themselves as eternal victims. Ellison shares his point of view with Victoria in this episode, and how through a return to faith, family-values and self-reliance the Black community can ascend to respectful prosperity, an argument that is sometimes controversial, often inspirational, and always thought-provoking.
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