Professor Melissa Harris Perry is the Maya Angelou Presidential Chair at Wake Forest University. She talks to the Tom Joyner Morning Show about her take on yesterday’s presidential debate.

“Undoubtedly, the most interesting I saw was that young people were saying Hillary Clinton was their choice. Another interesting thing for me was race. I think neither one of them really gave a satisfactory answer. This isn’t a question about racial divide. This is about police officers who are paid by taxpayers dollars and using excessive force against citizens,” Harris Perry said.

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6 thoughts on “Professor Melissa Harris Perry Grades First Presidential Debate

  1. common on said:

    Why are these women copying Kim Kardashian? every since she posted a selfie of herself here come the followers who want the same kind of attention.

  2. “Being dishonest” I believe both parties are guilty of some dishonesty – the question is which one of them will help “all” people and I do believe that Trump does not understand that the word “all” includes Blacks, Latinos, women, etc I was so hoping that Hillary would have called him out every time he raised his voice by saying “Donald in the words of the great James Brown – you are talking loud and saying nothing”

  3. How about citizens that are cooperating with police “hands up, no visible weapon, etc.” that get shot and killed anyway. stfu troll.

    • Please don’t confuse wandering around, stoned on PCP, with your hands up with cooperating with police, because it isn’t. Now get to steppin’, we got enough sheep with the victim mentality around here.

  4. mrknowitall on said:

    It’s about citizens not cooperating with police. Citizen responsibility must be taught in school. Mrs. Perry reminds me of Rachel dolezal.

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