Black Leader Challenges Oprah's Claims of White Racism

Media magnate Oprah Winfrey is under fire for recent controversial remarks she made during an interview with the BBC about her film The Butler. In the interview, Winfrey said that the only way for racism to disappear would be for "older [white] people who were born, bred, and marinated in prejudice and racism to die." She also made the assertion that growing criticism of President Barack Obama occurs because "he's African-American." Rev. Jesse Lee Peterson, Founder and President of BOND (Brotherhood Organization of A New Destiny) and the South Central L.A. Tea Party, called on Oprah to back up her allegations or apologize!

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