Prejudice Doesn’t Always Come With a ‘White Face’

New York Congressman and founding member of the Congressional Black Caucus Charlie Rangel claims he saw plenty of American Army dead during the Korean War. But the deaths of black soldiers meant more to him than the deaths of whites — even if they all wore the same uniform.

“When I was in combat, and I’m telling you, I saw more dead people, but I never was moved until I saw dead people that looked like me in my uniform,” the Democrat said. “It does make a difference”.

I cannot understand how anyone can support such prejudice.

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Prejudice Doesn’t Always Come With a ‘White Face’

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