Dana Ashlie is an attractive, well-meaning lady. Nonetheless, her message is identical to the message of the controlled conservative establishment: seek an explanation of society's ills in any direction except that of the one group possessing the means and the goals necessary and sufficient to explain every facet of what is happening.
Moreover, her view of race-based problems is evidently that although blacks are violent, sexually degenerate, disposed to criminality, generally crude and vulgar, and most of all, utterly convinced that they are entitled to anything they want because of centuries of mistreatment at the hands of white people, they are as they are solely because they have been getting the wrong message from the media. To truly believe such rubbish is to be dangerously and self-destructively naive. The US landscape is littered with dead Beckys and Karens who preferred media-approved fantasy to safety—and they ended up getting neither approval nor safety.
Ms. Ashlie seems not yet to have learned that there is nothing "racist" or un-Christian in facing the fact that even under ideal circumstances, the number of Thomas Sowells, Walter Williamses, Leontyne Prices, and Sugar Ray Robinsons that emerge from the black population is unlikely ever to be larger than it now is. Nor is that number likely to do anything but diminish until blacks stop letting Jews lead them around by the nose—or rather, till someone stops Jews from leading and blacks from being led.
Wishful thinking has no place on anyone's list of the Christian virtues. If poche claims otherwise, he better have more evidence to cite than his thousandth reference to a cherry-picked sentence from Mit Brennender Sorge.