Ron Miller is an associate Dean at Liberty University and a 9-year veteran of the U.S. Air Force. He is a senior executive with FEMA and the Department of Homeland Security. He is also an African American father of a 21-year-old son who Ron describes as “gentle”, but who can appear “intimidating”. Ron has had “that conversation” with his son about how to respond if challenged by police. A black father isn’t as confident his son will come home at the end of evening as a white father is. That’s been said frequently in the last 10 days. How true is it?
Ron Miller joined the show and talked about being a black man and a black father of a young black man in America.
What makes you more uncomfortable, a group of young white males, or a group of young black males? Not the most politically correctly and comfortable question, but given black fathers have “that” conversation with their sons, it’s a relevant question.