First, Let see what the people have to say about race relations today!
Pay close attention to this Panal
KNOW BETTER... THAN WHAT THEY SAY!
The media sets the tone for the morals, values, and images of our culture. Many people in this country, some of whom have never encountered black people, believe that the degrading stereotypes of blacks are based on reality and not fiction
Everything they believe about blacks is determined by what they see on television
When it comes to Black Issues, Media doesn't dead the Issue! We don't have the right conversations.
AMERICA NEED CONVERSATION ABOUT RACE
BUT 84% OF WHITES ARE KILLED BY WHITES
It is statistically proven that white people are more likely to be arrested for DUI and Arson. The question is, do they have more responsibility than the police for stopping their crimes? Because poverty leads to more crime and black people are disproportionately poor, it also means they are more likely to live in dangerous environments. Could that affect the murder rate? THESE ARE QUESTIONS NEVER ASKED/COVERED IN THE MEDIA
How does the media refer to different race groups
Just doing nothing
"They are Just..."
Each news channel.
Targets an audience
Even the First Video of this presentation
How about this
A 2011 study from the Brookings Institution noted that 46 percent of Americans believe discrimination against white people is just as big of a problem as discrimination against people of color. But among respondents who said they trusted the Fox News Channel, that proportion rose to 70 percent.
Make sense now?
And for get about CNN!
So it makes a sense that big Fox News stars such as Sean Hannity and Bill O'Reilly would reflect the views of their target audience in their coverage of racial issues, challenging the notion of white privilege and believingthere is little racial bias among institutions such as police departments and law enforcement.