10 Apr Race Relations: The Ferguson Play; Interview with J.C. Watts on “Dig Deep”
The First Fifteen
Debbie takes up the subject of race relations in America. Respect for the existence of truth is a good starting point. The recent play called “Ferguson” uses unedited grand jury transcripts to bring to light exactly what the witnesses to the Michael Brown shooting said to the grand jury. What an eye-opening series of events are associated with the creation of that play! “Hands up, don’t shoot!” simply did not happen.
Former Oklahoma Congressman and Oklahoma quarterback J.C. Watts calls in for an inspiring and uplifting interview around Watts’ new book, “Dig Deep”.
Race relations are in need of healing in this country, and true conservative principles frame the path to that healing.