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The Fight Against Hate Can and Should be Broad

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Hosted By: James Keys & Tunde Ogunlana

The intersection of ideology, race, and religion is always going to be difficult to navigate, but James Keys and Tunde Ogunlana discuss the Anti-Semitic social media posts by NFL player DeSean Jackson, how he handled the resulting controversy so far, and the various societal factors that have come into play (01:11). The guys also consider how Black people who disagree with the comments should be responding (22:28) and how the topics of race and religion can make issues like this more difficult to discuss (39:05).

SHOW NOTES

NBCSPORTS: DeSean Jackson posted anti-Semitic quotes attributed to Hitler, Louis Farrakhan on Instagram.
DEADSPIN: DeSean Jackson Shares Anti-Semitic Social Media Posts, Eagles To Take ‘Appropriate Action’
ESPAN: DeSean Jackson’s anti-Semitic posts are a critical teaching moment — for everyone
DEADSPIN: DeSean Jackson is Still an Eagle, Sets Out to Educate Himself.
NBCSPORTS: Malcolm Jenkins says DeSean Jackson was wrong, but asks to “stay focused.”
INQUIRER: How DeSean Jackson, Malcolm Jenkins, and the bottom-line Eagles failed.


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