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Deb Cotton, 2010: "A Kanyesque teachable moment about second line culture bias"

this is a discussion within the NOLA Community Forum; In September 2010, Deb Cotton ( who was one of 19 people shot Sunday near a second line in the Seventh Ward ) wrote an essay for Gambit titled "Mainstream Media Doesn't Care About Black People: A Kanyesque Teachable Moment ...

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Deb Cotton, 2010: "A Kanyesque teachable moment about second line culture bias"

In September 2010, Deb Cotton (who was one of 19 people shot Sunday near a second line in the Seventh Ward) wrote an essay for Gambit titled "Mainstream Media Doesn't Care About Black People: A Kanyesque Teachable Moment About Second Line Culture Bias." She was upset about a shooting that happened after a second line parade held by the Black Men Of Labor Social Aid and Pleasure Club ? and also upset that some in the local media had, she thought, unfairly connected crime with second lines and SA&PCs, which have traditionally been a force for good in their neighborhoods:


<blockquote>Let's revisit for a moment the charge that second line culture is a breeding ground for murderers. New Orleans has the highest murder rate in the country - 174 killings in 2009 alone.? [ Read more ]

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