Stephen A. Smith Tells South Alabama Students "Racism Doesn't Exist For Them"

Stephen A. Smith, arguably the most hated man in the world of professional sports, was paid money to talk to students at the University of South Alabama on February 29th.
During a speech about the state of race relations in the USA, he then proceeded to tell them that “racism doesn’t exist for them.” Read the full quote below:

“Racism doesn’t exist. Obviously, I’m lying. Of course it exists, but not for you. See, you don’t have to go to the back of the bus. You’re not denied the opportunity to eat at restaurants, or to enter night clubs, or to patronize businesses. You have the right to vote. You’re not being lynched. You’re not being hung,” Smith said, according to USA’s student newspaper, The Vanguard which recorded the speech.
“You’re older, you know I’m not talking about you. But youngsters, you need to understand that white folks got problems, too. Some of them can’t pay their bills. Some of them are struggling. Some of them are being denied opportunities. And you need to understand that, because when people are going through their own problems, they are not going to lament what your trials and tribulations are.”

Stephen A. Smith is paid to say bombastic things on ESPN’s controversial show First Take because that’s what makes them the most watched show on ESPN. But this isn’t First Take. These are young people.
Racism definitely still exists in America. Just look at who’s going to be the Republican nominee.

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