Niggers, Hymmies, Spicks, Chinks ~ New TV Show "On the Streets with Carlton Enoch" Addresses Racism Head On
Carlton Enoch, boldly goes for the juggler in this week's show on racism, packaging each of his questions bluntly around the "N" word. Enoch's questions illicit shock responses from candidly approached interviewees.
- (1888PressRelease) April 07, 2011 - As we approach the 2012 presidential elections racism rears its ugly head again. While the media treads lightly delivering subliminal messages cloaked behind issues of the President's authentic birth certificate, a new TV show takes center stage putting racism in the spotlight by addressing it head on. "On the Streets" is a hard-hitting Urban TV show, now airing on FaceBook that takes place on the streets of major metropolitan cities, guest starring everyday real life people sharing what they are really feeling and thinking about today's world issues from race to politics and world events to abortion, business, entertainment and relationships. The show compels people to be less isolated, ignorant, and apathetic to life and views outside of their own social circles.
On the heels of last week's rants by Donald Trump over President Obama's birth certificate, which stirred the pot of the View host lead by Whoppi Goldberg and the surprising commentary by Bill O'Rielly in his Trump interview stating, "You get a lot of attention raising the question, but I don't think you believe it", host and visionary producer, Carlton Enoch, boldly goes for the juggler in this week's show on racism, packaging each of his questions bluntly around the "N" word. Enoch's questions illicit shock responses from candidly approached interviewees that are totally unaware of the show's topic for the week.
At no other time in history has racism entered the forefront of the American psyche as it did in 2008 when Barack Obama entered the run for the presidency moving through racial barriers to win the most coveted CEO position in our country. Now with the first black man sitting in the Oval Office we have seen racism lead in the media as the new tool to manipulate the masses with this divider of men and kings. Carlton Enoch, is a bold host that can take sensitive and/or controversial issues like racism and mold them into deliverable and digestible sound bites keeping the focus on the topic while consciously pushing viewers to explore their own deeper responses, thoughts and feelings to the question of racism in our society.
"On the Streets" wraps edgy topics into an entertaining and poignant TV presentation that addresses, inspires and moves the audience subliminally through new approaches in real life reality programming. The show format creatively weaves between host commentary and live interviews that are complimented by music, historical photography and/or documentary or comedic footage.
This week's show was released on April 4, 2011, the anniversary of the assassination of Martin Luther King, and appropriately captures the mindset behind racism then and now.
Watch the show: http://www.facebook.com/onthestreetstvshow?sk=app_157102627683883
Meet the man behind the show: http://facebook.com/rapbrain