100 Black Men of America Statement on Don Imus

The 100 Black Men of America, Inc. demands of MSNBC and CBS Radio the immediate dismissal of Don Imus for his racist, demeaning, derogatory, and sexist comments concerning the Rutgers University Woman’s Basketball Team. The 100 Black Men of America, Inc. finds that this calculated utilization of the public air waves to promote racial stereotypes, bigotry and hatred through the veiled shield of humor is repugnant, and unacceptable to our community. We submit to MSNBC and CBS Radio that a two week suspension doesn’t serve as a severe enough punishment.

We at the 100 Black Men of America express our proudest congratulations to Coach C. Vivian Stringer, the assistant coaches and the women of The Rutgers University Scarlet Knights for their outstanding season. Their achievement of earning their way to the NCAA Women’s Basketball finals can be attributed to their hard work, dedication, determination, acumen and pride. We salute you, your coaching staff and your families for helping guide you, nurture you and develop you into the beautiful young women that you are.

Albert E. Dotson Jr. Esq.
Chairman of the Board
100 Black Men of America, Inc.

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