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Claim: E-mail reproduces Jason Whitlock's editorial about the Don Imus controversy.
Example: [Whitlock, 2007]
A smaller but still significant number of voices expressed the opinion that Imus' remark, despicable as it might have been, was far less influential and damaging than gangsta rappers and the "anti-black, anti-education, demeaning, self-destructive, pro-drug dealing and violent" hip hop culture, and they (rather than Imus) should be the real targets of the public's ire and the efforts of black figures such as Al Sharpton and Jesse Jackson.
Among those expressing the latter opinion was columnist Jason Whitlock, who penned the above-cited editorial published in the Kansas City Star on
Last updated: 17 April 2007
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