DON'T MAKE THE BLACK KIDS ANGRY by Colin Flaherty — Back in print!
The biggest news story of 2014 — Black people are relentless victims of relentless white violence, often at the end of a badge ... for No Reason What So Ever — was a hoax. The New York Times, CNN, MSNBC, Spike Lee, Oprah, USA Today, and many other places reported the hoax.
Don't Make the Black Kids Angry exposes the lies and hypocrisy in schools, churches, and media outlets. More importantly, it shines a light on the indifference of our elected officials turning a blind eye.
President Obama got in on the act in 2014 when he told the Congressional Black Caucus about a "justice gap," where "too many young men of color feel targeted by law enforcement. Guilty of walking while black. Driving while black. Judged by stereotypes that fuel fear and resentment and hopelessness."
This is the biggest lie of a generation. The opposite is true. Since the death of Michael Brown and the devastating riots in Ferguson, Missouri, media outlets and public officials have magnified the hoax.
Don't Make the Black Kids Angry is about what's really happening.
Colin Flaherty is the author of the Amazon #1 best-seller: White Girl Bleed a Lot: The Return of Racial Violence and How the Media Ignore It.
Colin is an award-winning writer whose articles have been published in more than 1,000 places around the globe. The New York Times, Los Angeles Times, Boston Globe, Miami Herald, Washington Post, Bloomberg Business Week, Time magazine, and others have featured his work. He hosted a radio talk show on WDEL-AM in Wilmington, Delaware.
In 1992, Colin's investigation freed Kelvin Wiley from state prison, overturning a conviction based on false accusations and testimony. Wiley was a black man wrongly accused of attempting to murder his white girlfriend. The trial, conviction, and subsequent exoneration was profiled on Court TV, NPR, and in the Los Angeles Times.
Learn more about the author of Amazon best-sellers Don't Make the Black Kids Angry & White Girl Bleed a Lot.
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