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Combating Poverty Step 3: Race relations

By   /  January 27, 2014  /  Tom Knighton  /   Comments

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Tweet Fifty years after the civil rights movement, race is still a big deal in Albany.  In reality, it may well be a big chunk of what is actually wrong in this community.  Many in the black community still see racism behind every nook and crany, while now many whites see every matter that doesn’t [...]

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A cause for shame…for all of us

By   /  April 12, 2012  /  Opinion, Ted Anderson  /  Comments Off


Tweet     It is simply terrible what is going on in America today.  To accuse a person of murder or of doing something wrong when they do not have the facts is criminal.  I am referring to the  Trayvon Martin situation.  How dare the Media, the President, Jessie Jackson, Al not so Sharpton, and [...]

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No Race Riots Here

By   /  October 26, 2011  /  Letter to the editor, Outlook  /   Comments

Tweet Not to worry: The recent beating of a white football coach by 30 black people in Georgia was not a race riot. The Associated Press called it an “ambush.” A local TV station said a “fight broke out:” Maybe the coach attacked the mob, instead of the other way around. Whatever. The attack left [...]

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