Roland Martin and Ricky Jones discuss opposing views on resolving hazing at colleges.
This is unbelievable. A man dies and there is no talk of murder. Calling it Hazing doesn't lessen the crime. Hazing in my mind is making someone eat worms or walking on Doritoes blindfolded and being told it's glass not being beaten by a bus full of peers to DEATH.Everyone on that bus is guilty of homocide.
I just want to applaud Ricky Jones for standing up for what is right. Hazing at this level kills people, and people, all those sones and daughters, are far more important than a band. I was once in a marching band, and it was a good experience. I can't imagine a group of people who are brought together to make music turn on each other with such hostility. There is no music in that, there is no life in that. That is not a band of musicians, that's a mob.
I watched this conversation last night and have to say that I rarely if ever agree with Roland on anything but he was absoluely right with his point on this topic.
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