Ep 414: Dialogue | Anthony Magnabosco | Austin | Racialism (Can Black People be Racist?)

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Summary: Austin is a young Conservative black man still forming his views who thinks black people can also be racist and in many cases, may be "playing the victim" to help advance a false narrative. Watch video of talk here: https://youtu.be/lqlRbWlZsmw rac·ism /ˈrāˌsizəm/ noun 1. prejudice, discrimination, or antagonism directed against a person or people on the basis of their membership of a particular racial or ethnic group, typically one that is a minority or marginalized. Thanks to The Conru Foundation for supporting Street Epistemology International. Continue the discussion: https://slug.com/streetepistemology Links to References in Video: Thanks to The Conru Foundation for supporting Street Epistemology International. Thanks to Slug.com for supporting Street Epistemology International: https://slug.comstreetepistemology Location: San Antonio, Texas Recorded: 14 February 2020 Released: 22 October 2020 Twitter: https://twitter.com/magnabosco (follow me) YouTube: https://youtube.com/magnabosco210 (tons of videos) Facebook: https://facebook.com/magnabosco210 (like my page) Website: https://anthonymagnabosco.com (contact me, appearances) SE Resources: https://tinyurl.com/abm-se-resources SE Community: https://tinyurl.com/abm-se-community SE Discord Server: https://discord.gg/sKap3zM Skip ahead to a desired point in the talk: -- Teaser: 00:01 Greeting: 00:23 Explaining: 00:48 Rapport-Building: 00:39 Topic Selection: 02:59 Claim (What): 03:44, 07:52, 09:58, 10:38, 11:18, 17:42 Reason (Why): 03:56, 08:14, 10:52, 16:30, 19:18 Challenging: 04:29, 07:08, 07:32, 08:08, 08:38, 12:08, 16:34, 17:34, 17:46 Clarifying: 05:40, 06:17, 09:34, 11:02, 19:10 Openness: 05:51, 07:43 Defining: 06:47, 18:39, 21:40 Repeating: 07:00, 07:41, 10:21, 11:33, 16:05, 19:25, 21:13 Skate or Die: 08:46, 25:48 Detour: 09:19, 17:17 Skate or Die: 10:41, 27:10 Outsider Test: 10:24 Refocusing: 10:08, 14:02, 18:20 Acknowledging: 11:31 Interrupting: 12:04 Assisting: 12:45 Storytelling: 14:41, 19:32 Resetting: 17:01, 19:58, 21:36 Playing the Victim: 17:34 Slowing Down: 18:16 Closing: 22:03 Reflecting: 24:19, 25:36 End Screen: 26:44 -- Note: Add 35 seconds to these timestamps if listening to the podcast version of this talk. Audio correction provided by Philipp Grzemba. Intro Music 'Three Wise People' by E's Jammy Jams, provided by YouTube. Music provided by Jim Rhodes, with Dan Harris on lap steel. ** Add foreign language captions w/YouTube's community contributions tools ** Mistakes: Please let me know if you spot any. Recorded w/Go-Pro. Edited w/PowerDirector. The views addressed here are mine and mine alone, and are not necessarily shared by members of my family and friends.

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