Race and poverty in the U.S.: Kathy Kelly on The Real News Network
[Subtitle:] One of three African-American teens predicted to be addicted to drugs, in prison or dead. Kathy Kelly, coordinator of Voices for Creative Nonviolence, talks about race, poverty and the social, political, and economic conditions that persist in African-American communities across the US. This poverty and its affect [sic, "effect"] on children should be a major campaign issue, says Kelly.
Key point: Americans have a duty to think rationally about political issues. Exactly: a duty.