ATR 51 – Kramer, Rosie, Wentworth, Damon Wayans – 12/11/2006 – Voicemail 206-203-3983 –

Carmen is joined by guest co-host Karen Walrond in this episode. Karen is a writer and photographer, and author of the blog Chookooloonks. She’s also a columnist for New Demographic’s blog Anti-Racist Parent.

After listener feedback, Karen and Carmen discuss the following four news items:

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Duration – 42:22
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5 thoughts on “ATR 51 – Kramer, Rosie, Wentworth, Damon Wayans – 12/11/2006 – Voicemail 206-203-3983 –”

  1. This comment has been deleted by the moderator.

    H. Lewis Smith, I’m sure our readers would love to know about your book. But try actually participating in the conversation here instead of just copying and pasting your pitch every time you get an alert that a blog mentioned the n-word.

  2. Karen made some quip about “What white person would I go to, to apologize for racism?” in reference to Michael Richards’ use of Al Sharpton as a surrogate to the black community. Karen, don’t worry about it, cuz it’s never gonna happen. Black people don’t apologize for their racism. At least, I’ve never heard it done. And if it ever happens, I’m sure all us white guys will hear about it because it will be BIG news. Perhaps you should put out a bounty for one of your race-addicted listeners to send you a youtube video of a black person apologizing for his or her racism.

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