It seems that whenever there is a situation similar to the Donald Sterling incident, so-called black leadership immediately dives in emotionally and demands that something must be done immediately. They always plan meetings, rallies and marches in protest to draw attention to the situation in an effort to spark change if nothing is done within a certain time frame.
A New Jersey Funeral Director says that African-Americans from Barack Obama, Lil' Wayne, Snoop Dogg, to Al Sharpton and others should not be focused on the recent racists comments of Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling.
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