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Sunday, May 20, 2012

What is the Perfect Venue for a Psychodrama Lecturing Whites to be Less Racist? Why, Little Kirkwood, MO, in Which Racist Blacks Have

Committed Mass Murder Against White Civilians, and Repeatedly Committed Ambush Murders Against White Cops!
By Nicholas Stix

Couldn’t you kill these sanctimonious prigs, and claim justifiable homicide?


[Previously, at WEJB/NSU, on Kirkwood, Missouri:

“Mass Murderer was a ‘Hero,’ Say Blacks”; and

“The Kirkwood Massacre and Beyond: Articles on the MSM’s Suppression of Race in Black-on-White Crime.”]

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Kirkwood high students to help fight prejudice and injustice
By Deb Peterson • dpeterson@post-dispatch.com > 314-340-8276 stltoday.com | Posted: Thursday, December 1, 2011 5:23 p.m.
The St. Louis Post Dispatch
 
Patrick Adams

 
BANISH BIGOTRY: Ten Kirkwood high students and actor Patrick Adams from the USA series "Suits," will share their personal stories of discrimination and bigotry in an all-school assembly tomorrow beginning at 9:30 a.m.

USA Network and The Moth -- a New York City-based nonprofit that holds live storytelling events -- are bringing the "Characters Unite Storytelling Tour: Stories of Prejudice and Power" to Kirkwood High School.

The tour is part of the network's award-winning public service campaign, Characters Unite, which was created to address what the network says are "the social injustices and cultural divides still prevalent in our society." The campaign includes putting on special events and educational workshops in communities and high schools around the country.

The campaign uses storytelling as one of its tools to fight prejudice and discrimination. The hope is that storytelling can open discussion that will foster tolerance and acceptance. Charter Communications is presenting the program locally.

The students who will take to the high school's main stage tomorrow have participated in four after-school workshops with instructors from The Moth. The coaches have helped the kids hone their stories in preparation for telling them live and without notes in front of 800 fellow students. The school is at 801 West Essex Avenue.

The tour has stopped in Washington, New Orleans, New York, Seattle, Chicago and Denver. After St. Louis, it will be in Atlanta. In addition to the tour, the USA Network supports the initiative with extensive on-air programming, online content and other off-air activities.

[A scratch ‘o the head to Countenance Blog. That’s where I’ve been hanging out for the past hour or so, in case anyone was trying to reach me.]

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