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What is Systemic Racism and What You Can Do About It | Pastor Tony Evans
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What is Systemic Racism and What You Can Do About It | Pastor Tony Evans

Pastor Tony Evans sits down to answer the commonly asked question, what is systemic racism? He speaks from his own experience as well as from America's own history with racism. Dr. Evans gives us a reminder that we can't just sit idly by with these systems in place. SUBSCRIBE: https://www.youtube.com/user/drtonyevans/videos?view=0&sort=p&flow=grid?sub_confirmation=1 Looking for more resources? Check out our website for devotionals, encouragements, books, and more! - https://tonyevans.org/ You can also search “Tony Evans” in the app store to download his app and listen to his daily sermons! If you would like to learn more about race, culture and the kingdom, we recommend his book "Oneness Embraced" which you can get at this link: https://store.tonyevans.org/product/2165/oneness-embraced-softcover You can also find helpful free resources on race and unity at this link: https://tonyevans.org/racial-unity-resources/ Dr. Tony Evans is the founder and senior pastor of Oak Cliff Bible Fellowship in Dallas, founder and president of The Urban Alternative and author of over 100 books, booklets and Bible studies. The first African American to earn a doctorate of theology from Dallas Theological Seminary, he has been named one of the 12 Most Effective Preachers in the English-Speaking World by Baylor University. Dr. Evans holds the honor of writing and publishing the first full-Bible commentary and study Bible by an African American. His radio broadcast, The Alternative with Dr. Tony Evans, can be heard on over 1,400 radio outlets daily and in more than 130 countries. Dr. Evans’ sermons are also streamed and downloaded over 20,000,000 times annually. The Urban Alternative is a Christian Bible teaching and resource ministry founded 39 years ago by Dr. Tony Evans. We aim to spread the teaching of God’s Word through Christian media with the goal of transforming lives. We offer sermons, sermon outlines, books, prayers, Bible studies and more on topics such as Christian living, marriage, discipleship, and spiritual growth, as taught by Tony Evans. #tonyevans #SystemicRacism #church
Why Grocery Stores Are Avoiding Black Neighborhoods
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Why Grocery Stores Are Avoiding Black Neighborhoods

A food desert is an area with low-access to healthy and affordable food. About 19 million people in America live in a food desert, and it disproportionately affects Black communities. Despite nationwide efforts to improve poor food environments, many of the biggest names in America’s grocery industry continue to avoid these neighborhoods. In the midst of a worldwide pandemic and raging protests against police brutality, there’s another silent crisis wreaking havoc on America’s most vulnerable communities: food deserts. The USDA defines a food desert as a place where at least a third of the population lives greater than one mile away from a supermarket for urban areas, or greater than 10 miles for rural areas. By this definition, about 19 million people in America live in a food desert. The lack of grocery stores in many poor, Black neighborhoods has been a big topic in public policy since Michelle Obama’s “Let’s Move” campaign in 2010. The initiative was designed to reduce childhood obesity by providing better food in schools and by bringing healthier options to low-income communities using public and private sector funding. Another chief goal of the program was to eliminate food deserts in America within seven years. Despite nationwide efforts to improve poor food environments, many Americans say this problem persists today. Watch this video to find out more about the country’s food deserts. » Subscribe to CNBC: https://cnb.cx/SubscribeCNBC » Subscribe to CNBC TV: https://cnb.cx/SubscribeCNBCtelevision » Subscribe to CNBC Classic: https://cnb.cx/SubscribeCNBCclassic About CNBC: From 'Wall Street' to 'Main Street' to award winning original documentaries and Reality TV series, CNBC has you covered. Experience special sneak peeks of your favorite shows, exclusive video and more. Connect with CNBC News Online Get the latest news: https://www.cnbc.com/ Follow CNBC on LinkedIn: https://cnb.cx/LinkedInCNBC Follow CNBC News on Facebook: https://cnb.cx/LikeCNBC Follow CNBC News on Twitter: https://cnb.cx/FollowCNBC Follow CNBC News on Instagram: https://cnb.cx/InstagramCNBC #CNBC Why Grocery Stores Are Avoiding Black Neighborhoods
Jim Crow of the North | Redlining and Racism in Minnesota | Full Documentary
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Jim Crow of the North | Redlining and Racism in Minnesota | Full Documentary

Roots of racial disparities are seen through a new lens in this film that explores the origins of housing segregation in the Minneapolis area. But the story also illustrates how African-American families and leaders resisted this insidious practice, and how Black people built community — within and despite — the red lines that these restrictive covenants created. Dive into more local history: https://tinyurl.com/minnesotahistory. #Redlining #JimCrowOfTheNorth #BlackHistory #Education #Racism See inside our world on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mnexperiencetpt/ Become our neighbor on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MinnesotaExperience/ Give us a shout on Twitter: https://twitter.com/MNExperienceTPT Discover more Minnesota stories: https://www.tptoriginals.org/ 00:00 “Aryans Only. No African American blood or descent.” 03:17 Minnesota Leads Integration 06:01 A Black Family Moves Into A White Neighborhood 11:53 The Beginning of Racial Covenants 15:01 Mapping Prejudice 16:28 Who Benefits From Urban Planning? 19:50 Supreme Court Upholds Racial Covenants 20:59 The Invisible Color Lines 22:52 Citizen Terrorism 27:21 Redlining: Government Approved 31:15 Jim Crow of the North 34:16 Manufacturing Urban Poverty 39:05 Racial Covenants in the Suburbs 41:38 Fair Housing and the American Dream 46:00 1968 Fair Housing Act 47:39 35W and the Destruction of Black Communities 50:43 The Past Influences the Present 51:38 Mapping the History of Housing Discrimination 55:14 More Than Bricks and Mortar 56:30 Credits and More to Watch