HAMPTON ROADS EDUCATIONAL TELEVISION ASSOCIATION INC
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Location: 5200 Hampton Blvd Norfolk VA 23508 USA
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Racist, Sexist and in general a disgrace to the public they serve. WHRO “claims” to be a free and fair contributor to the communities around them. They are far from this. I am a White Male and my wife is a White Female. They broadcast shows portraying women and other races in lives that are handed less of a chance than those of the typical middle class White Male. I’d like to personally throw the Bullshit Flag. My White Female wife has her degree and makes more than me… Oh and did I mention I don’t beat her or throw her in the kitchen? HER Dream is to be a stay at home Mom and we cannot accomplish this because MOST families need two incomes to survive. We have gone through Bankruptcy and that being said… We fought for 5 years just to pay the bills before we decided to file. We do not file every 7 years like most of the “privileged” African Americans that are “OWED” everything by GENERATIONS that had nothing to do with slavery or the lack of care of their race. WHRO is a fraudulent, bias and in general revolting representation of the public it so called “represents.” To WHRO I’d like to say, “Get a clue. It is HARDER for a White Male or White Female to get financial aid or any type of government aid than any other race.” As far as Sex goes… women’s rights? REALLY? More women in the “community” are more interested in FAMILY VALUES than they are in so called sexual biases that do not exist other than in your pathetic imaginations. If you would really like to tackle a topic, tackle one such as, “What it is that the 21st Century White Male REALLY owes the Feminist and Racist Media and populations that watch and support you?” We did not enslave or degrade or in general belittle, harbor ill feelings about or personally place in a place of financial hardship any RACE, SEX or GENDER! So Tank your garbage and kiss my ASS!
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