Discussion in 'Race Relations/Racism' started by William Joyce, Oct 22, 2009.
City displays racially charged art
A piece of art that raises a stark question about race relations in America is hanging in a gallery at Atlanta's City Hall East. The display, a collection of 33 U.S. flags, includes two sentences with no punctuation: "Politically its OK to hate the white man" and, "Is it OK for me to hate if Ive been a victim"
The hate crime is that white Atlantans have to pay for it!
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