CNN Sums Up The Black Experience

- By Bossip Staff Categories: News, Uncategorized

Posted by Bossip Staff

CNN will be airing the first of its’ 2-part ground breaking documentary “Black in America” tonight. It would seem as though they think a topic this complex can be addressed in just two episodes. This could be rather interesting, but we can’t help but to wonder who exactly their real target audience is.

Click HERE for a glimpse of the two part series.

Comments

  • I'm Just Me (GIVE ME A QUARTER AND I'LL TELL YOU YOUR FORTUNE)

    FIRST

  • shesofine

    First…. they’ve ben talking about this on the radio

  • I'm Just Me (GIVE ME A QUARTER AND I'LL TELL YOU YOUR FORTUNE)

    LOOKING FORWARD TO THIS. WANT TO SEE WHAT THEY BRING TO LIGHT AND COMPARE IT TO HOW I FEEL

  • shesofine

    ^^^been^^^ Damn you I’m just me… I though I had it! :)

  • I'm Just Me (GIVE ME A QUARTER AND I'LL TELL YOU YOUR FORTUNE)

    Sorry She Is So Fine :(

    First Runner Up Maybe :D

  • Aunt Viv

    I’m looking forward to this

  • Aunt Viv

    I respect Soledad O’Brien as a journalist

  • Ms.FSU/504

    I agree…I hope this is good.

  • Link9

    @Aunt Viv

    “I respect Soledad O’Brien as a journalist”

    Not to mention she fine as hell.

  • Shavon Denise

    Im glad someone is finally acknowledging that being Black or even being a minority in America is really a dichotomy about it. Like you really have to be bi-polar in order for you to be successful AND be able to go back to the people you grew up with. You can be from Baldwin Hills and your parents can teach you to maybe “fit in” and be as close to white as possible but you will never be looked at that way to the white people. So then if you’re completely hood, and one sided with the blackness you will never be successful. All the true successful Blacks who are in touch with the “Blackness” know that they are going to have to act one way in the streets and another at the office. You cant go back to where yo momma stay and talk corporate talk to the people on the streets because you goin get got. You still are being yourself, Im not saying you have to talk like Bryant Gumble but just knowing the proper language to use. I love the fact that I have to be muiti-dimensional because I feel like I can go ANYWHERE in America. The average white kid isnt taught anything other than his culture because that all he/she needs but as Black people we need to know how to play both sides if we are going to be truly successful AND still not forget where you come from.

  • MrBossMan

    Here We Go Again!

  • MrBossMan

    Treating black people like tourist attraction! But hopefully it has a good outlook to it! I am going to watch!

  • Aunt Viv

    LOL@Link9,

    Glad she will enhance your viewing experience lol :)

  • Link9

    After watch that clip it looks good. It looks like they are going to talk about all categories of blacks in it: the black woman married to a white man, the upstanding father, the low down man, the strugging woman, etc. I’m going to watch. It’s a damn shame that this is not an every day show. SMH.

  • dayg715

    well, at least it’s not the Faux network doing it, or BET (which would use comedians as the “commentators”, and turn the whole series into a big joke). CNN is pretty unbiased (for the most part) when they report the news. should be interesting.

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