Bob Woodson - Race Grievance Mongers Denying America's Promise - Bob Woodson grew up in Philadephia-it wasn't easy. His father passed away, he became estranged from his mother and dropped out of high school. Then he got to work, ultimately, his job was to guide others on the path he'd beaten, to develop self-confidence, self-reliance and success.
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Bob founded, what ultimately became known as the Woodson Center to help underserved neighborhoods address problems in their community. The latest endeavor of the Center and Bob is "1776" an assembly of voices gathered to uphold the authentic founding virtues and values while challenging those who provide less accurate portrayals of the promise of America.
Pete A Turner and Dr Wilfred Reilly host Bob on a conversation that gets to the root of the conversation between the NY Times backed 1619 narrative. Bob rejects the patronizing message that 1619 offers noting that, "White people don't determine our future."
We’re not dependent
Upon the help of others
We are our best hope
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Everybody Pete a Turner, executive producer and host of your break it down show. We've got a fascinating guest today. His name is Bob Woodson. He founded the Woodson center or what would become the Woodson center about 40 years ago. He wants to be called the Genius Grant. Okay, I'm paying attention now you want something called the Genius Grant from the MacArthur center. Okay, well, let's let's figure this out. Bob Woodson, created a project in response to the 1619 project. This is timely, the 1619 project won the Pulitzer Prize today, and yet, it's full of errors.