Daily Topics - Thursday July 14th, 2016

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Coming up today on The Thom Hartmann Program:

- Look Out! The Exxon Heat Wave is Coming...

- GOP Attacks on Climate Scientists MUST Stop - Farron Cousins, Ring of Fire Radio/DeSmogBlog/Trial Lawyer Magazine

- Anything Goes Summer...What's On Your Mind?

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lydeeyah 6 years 5 weeks ago
#1

A BIG idea: start now with President Obama, then hand it over to the next president; an immediate requirement that all states engage communities in town hall meetings - nation-wide; attended by whites, blacks who will educated with their personal stories, how it is day-to-day for young men, fathers, mother, sisters and brothers. They would express their fears as parents, grandparents. We need to teach whites and police personnel what it is like to be the other. The whites and police will be the "student" audience.

If this is too grand, well then, come up with another method of getting this done.

Thank you, Lydia

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