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This is not a comparison between the Holocaust and Slavery: Part Three.

Jun 23 2018

We need everyone. If you could get all the victims of barely restrained capitalism to march with all the victims of white privilege and all the victims of queer-phobic discrimination and violence, and all the people against gender discrimination, and all the men and women who would rather do something worthwhile than merely contribute to the girth of a stockholder's portfolio, and all the people who oppose war, you would have a confrontation to end all confrontations. There would be no stopping us.

In a third Moment of Truth that is definitely not all about comparing the Holocaust and Slavery, Jeff Dorchen looks at the victimhood of all of America's victims, and thinks there might be more in common between the oppressed than we think, and there might be more of them than we think, and they might be stronger than we think. If you're thinking what I'm thinking...

Listen to Parts One and Two if you need to catch up.

Read the transcript here

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Jeff Dorchen

According to his contacts on LinkedIn, Jeff Dorchen can do just about anything. He’s a visual artist, songwriter/musician, actor, essayist, poet, playwright and screenwriter.


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