Fox News and the CBC

I'm hearing speculation from all sorts of quarters that Fox News is going to try and co-host a Presidential debate with the Congressional Black Caucus.  If this comes to pass, it's a big deal, and a mistake by the CBC.  But here's the thing we ought to realize.  If it happens, it's partially our fault.  

One of the things about dealing with the right that I've noticed in working on specific projects is that (a) they have money and (b) they are organized and respectful.  Politically of course it's a different story, and Fox News is clearly tolerant of racism, bigotry, and propaganda to a remarkable degree.  But if you go to many progressives groups in DC, you'll notice that there is a lack of diversity within the leadership.  The racial divide in the Democratic Party, and the progressive wing, is really really bad.  This creates an atmosphere of mistrust that opens the door to devilish deals with the right.

From the CBC's perspective, black issues are just not a big deal to the white progressive movement.  We talk affordable health care, they talk health care disparities.  We talk global warming, they talk environmental justice.  And people like Amy Sullivan talk about the religious left and the need to reach out to 'values voters' as if black churches have not been an important backbone of progressive politics for fifty years.

The CBC doesn't recognize that the netroots are not actually the old progressive movement.  We are new, and much more open to collaboration and working together with a newly energized African-American political progressive movement.  From our perspective, though, we have to recognize and take responsibility for our failures in having a real dialogue with African-American activists and leaders.  If we aren't going to provide funding and exposure for issues of concern to the black community, and Fox News will provide both, it's a bit difficult for us to really work this out as easily as we'd like to.  It's not impossible, but frankly, we can't provide the money that multi-billion dollar corporations can because we don't have it.  But we need to get a real dialogue going, because like with net neutrality where the CBC found itself under attack by white progressives who from their perspective had always taken them for granted, we will not win until we are working together.

Meanwhile, I hope that progressive African-American leaders begin to recognize that the progressive white world is not monolithic, and that there are real allies here who are trying to figure out a way to deal in good faith with those with whom our interests are aligned.  To put it another way, for the first time in a long time, people like me for the past six years have been on the receiving end of a right-wing campaign of smears and intimidation with a non-responsive Democratic Party stabbing us in the back.  That's why Maxine Waters and bloggers were working together in Connecticut during the primary.  That collaboration could be very powerful, if we can figure out how to make it work.

UPDATE: I like Tavis Smiley's approach - PBS.

Tags: 2008, CBC, Debate, Fox News, netroots, presidential debate (all tags)

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Re: Fox News and the CBC

This is insane.  Tavis Smiley and the CWBA have no problem joining with PBS to broadcast both of their presidential forums.  Why is FOX news preferable to PBS when it comes to reaching Democrats and particularly Black Democrats.

Once again, this makes no sense.

http://www.tavistalks.com/TTcom/press_re l__022107.html

by andy k 2007-02-27 10:40AM | 0 recs
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I am not certain but I am almost positive that Fox News co-hosted a debate with the CBC in 04'. That was the debate at Morgan State Univ. where Dean had his famous quip about Trent Lott.

by HellaFaded 2007-02-27 10:44AM | 0 recs
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But if you go to many progressives groups in DC, you'll notice that there is a lack of diversity within the leadership.  The racial divide in the Democratic Party, and the progressive wing, is really really bad.

thank you for recognizing this

by Alice Marshall 2007-02-27 10:59AM | 0 recs
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This has long been a problem for African-Americans in the progressive movement.  I'm glad to see Matt Stoller has the guts to say it, because if you try to discuss this issue at Daily Kos, Kos bans you.

by Political Junkie 2007-02-27 06:33PM | 0 recs
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Conservatives and corporations talk to blacks in a different way than liberals. Honestly, they understand in some ways better the new African-American middle class and use the language of strength, prosperity, partnership and empowerment. They aren't condescending and patronizing. This goes a long way in the black community. Progressives need to check their outdated thinking on African-Americans and our shared priorities and leave the noblesse oblige at the door.

by Jill Tubman 2007-02-27 11:06AM | 0 recs
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Exactly.  White progressives (and I use that word liberally in this forum) have to stop looking at blacks and other minorities as children at worst and junior partners at best and start looking at them as full partners.

by Disputo 2007-02-27 11:46AM | 0 recs
who does this?

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by Teaser 2007-02-27 11:50AM | 0 recs
Re: who does this?

Well, Matt for starters.  See eg the temper tantrum he threw after Jefferson was reelected.

by Disputo 2007-02-27 03:05PM | 0 recs
Re: Fox News and the CBC

Some examples of this "way of talking", perhaps?

by andy k 2007-02-27 11:54AM | 0 recs
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It is so nice to see a young white liberal blogger talking about this openly.  

by aiko 2007-02-27 11:23AM | 0 recs
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There are so many disconnected groups who share the same opinions on so many issues that I find it frustrating to see that these groups remain separate.  The numbers of sharp minds and able bodies that could combine if it weren't for the failure to simply decide to do it is like torture to me.  Progressives are progressives.  We are each active in whatever group of progressives best fits our demographic or whichever group is focused on the issue that we hold dearest, but we are all progressives.  If we simply acknowledge that all of our issues will get attention in turn and that all of our issues stand a greater chance of moving forward if all progressives work together then each group will be stronger and more effective for it.

So let's get started.  Invite some CBC members here to discuss common desires.  Find out what the CBC is doing right now.  Let's see if we can help.  Everyone is waiting for others to make the first cooperative move.  Let's make it.  Don't stop with the CBC.  Ask Latino advocacy groups to come talk.  Invite women's organizations, civil rights groups, environmentalists... etc.  

I know that this sounds a little (or very) simplistic, but it's better than wringing our hands about the topic.  We talk about the need to figure out how to brings us all together.  We wait for someone to make a move to bring us all together.  It's nice that everyone has goodwill toward the other progressive groups and that we all proudly profess our desire for unity, but I haven't seen it happen yet.

One last thing to think about.  Take it for what it is worth.  My wife and I recieved our latest batch of rented DVDs in the mail yesterday.  One of the movies was completely without appeal to me, but my wife really wanted to see it.  The other "Goodnight and Good Luck" was one that I was really excited to watch.  Naturally, my wife popped the one that I had no desire to see into the DVD player first.  I could have gotten into a big arguement with her about it, but instead of having a 3 hour fight with her I decided to keep my mouth shut.  Funny thing is 94 minutes later I was watching "Goodnight and Good Luck".  I work very early in the mornings.  There wouldn't have been time to watch either movie if I had decided to spend 3 hour bickering with my lovely wife.

by lockewasright 2007-02-27 11:28AM | 0 recs
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While it would be nice to involve the CBC in discussions here and on DKOS, there is a better way.  

The Covenant with Black America is a great rallying point.  Please, please, PLEASE check out the website and buy the book.  

I bought the book, and as I read it I realized that the "Covenants" are all amazing progressive talking points.  

Honestly, I could say I am a progressive, and then I could say I support the Covenants, and I would be saying the same thing twice.

This is where white progressives should focus on finding common ground (which is really the whole damn field).  I would love to see Tavis Smiley and  other voices from the CWBA's organization be featured at Yearlykos.  

I really see great potential from a netroots/CWBA partnership or something like it.  

by andy k 2007-02-27 11:45AM | 0 recs
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I will go and visit the site and will likely buy the book, but I am talking about more than Lockewasright visiting and possibly getting involved.  I would like to see netroot letter writing campaigns on behalf of legislation championed by CBC members.  Diaries written to highlight efforts of fellow progressives from the CBC.  Petitions, having their back when the rethugs smear them, coordinated messaging, the list goes on.  As you've said, "Honestly, I could say I am a progressive, and then I could say I support the Covenants, and I would be saying the same thing twice."  We have so much in common.  Why aren't we doing those things?  I am confident that the CBC will see allies for what they are and have our back in return, especially since they will likely agree with our goals anyway.

by lockewasright 2007-02-27 12:31PM | 0 recs
Re: Fox News and the CBC

Definitely read The Convenant. White Progressives could see a lot of issues in common.

And, read The Convenant In Action.

by rikyrah 2007-02-27 07:44PM | 0 recs
Re: Fox News and the CBC

And people like Amy Sullivan talk about the religious left and the need to reach out to 'values voters' as if black churches have not been an important backbone of progressive politics for fifty years.

What a pathetic, unwarranted potshot.

Matt, your accepting of blame would sound a little more sincere if you didn't try to offload it onto Amy Sullivan.  Sullivan is fully aware of the roll of black churches.  It is you who have been consistently clueless about the roll of the religious left (including black churches) in this country, historically and in the present.

You really need to stop projecting your failings onto others.

by Disputo 2007-02-27 11:41AM | 0 recs
Re: Fox News and the CBC

one nuance i'd add to this post:

CBC gender

later i'll come back and do a longer post on this, thanks for bringing it up. but understand that this is even more complicated than is laid out here. i'll say it, as a black woman, in case others are afraid to: being black doesn't make one automatically a sincere progressive. just as some white pols take advantage of their gerrymandered districts and speak 'coded' racist language to their electorate, so too do some black pols benefit from misrepresenting the progressive white left wing of the dem party.

by chicago dyke 2007-02-27 11:43AM | 0 recs
"Progressives" and the CBC

Matt--

The us-them language of your post is (unintentionally?) revealing, and demonstrates the work that must be done by progressive whites to join with progressive blacks in the work they've been doing for decades.

You say that the divide is "our" fault, without even considering the possibility that African-American progressives are part of "us."

You say you "hope that progressive African-American leaders begin to recognize that" etc etc etc, putting the onus on those leaders to do the work of recognizing, instead of putting the onus on MyDD and other progressive blogs to demonstrate that our agenda is to a great extent the agenda of the Congressional Black Caucus.

by DFLer 2007-02-27 12:07PM | 0 recs
Bring it, don't sing it

I propose a new feature on MyDD - MyDD 'Better know a CBC member'. Interview various CBC members about the issues you highlight in this post. I'm sure MyDD has access to members and if you don't I'm sure MyDD can get introductions via blog friendly members John Conyers and Maxine Waters.

There are already a lot of existing mechanisms to get CBC issues and involvement in the blogosphere - it's just a matter of doing the work to make it happen. The first step seems to be asking. Maybe MyDD can ask to host some online debates between the Blue Dogs and the CBC on the issues that confront the Democratic Party. All are welcome in the party even if not everyone is as comfortable in the new technologies of communication and organizing.

by joejoejoe 2007-02-27 12:45PM | 0 recs
Re: Fox News and the CBC

I think it's up to both sides to work together, not just one.  

Putting too much pressure on one side, will just bring out the extreme left African American leaders who are always skeptical of White progressives, and vice versa.

by nicholas 2007-02-27 01:05PM | 0 recs
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I think it's up to both sides to work together, not just one.

clue, the Democratic party is dependent upon the black vote, doubly so in the south. if Democrats want that vote Democrats have to earn it.

by Alice Marshall 2007-02-27 02:15PM | 0 recs
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I agree that it's up to both sides to work together, but if the blogosphere/netroots thinks of itself of as a new political organization in town who wants another organization(the CBC) to become familiar with its issues and in turn develop a working partnership, then I think initially it is up to the blogosphere in this case members of MyDD to reach out.  I think through familiarization, because how many older CBC members, hell congressional members, really have a clue about what the blogosphere/netroots is about.  Further, I think if we can reach out with the understanding that there will NOT always be agreement, but that there is enough commonality on certain issues to work together, then the disagreements won't have to turn to discord.

by Kingstongirl 2007-02-27 02:16PM | 0 recs
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I realized that I hadn't completed the thought in the second to last sentence.  IMO, many of the congressional reps' (the CBC included) can't hear net roots without thinking of Lieberman and maybe Wynn and Tauscher.  In order to make your case that MyDD and other net roots organizations are about more than throwing incumbents out of office, you have to introduce yourselves. One way to do it would probably be to reach out to the more progressive members of the CBC and present a complete picture of MyDD and its core principles.  

by Kingstongirl 2007-02-27 03:48PM | 0 recs
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Good discussion.  Very important to build these alliances.

by Steve M 2007-02-27 03:39PM | 0 recs
Re: Fox News and the CBC

The CBC was their co-sponsor for their 2003 Democratic Primary Candidates debate.  

I blogged about this yesterday here, analyzing the questions posed to the major candidates (and Kucinich) to see if

1. their questions were objective.

or

2. they smeared all of the candidates equally

or

3. they targetted only some of the candidates.

My results?

They went after Dean and Clark.

Perhaps that's why we don't have a Dean or Clark presidency today.

by catherineD 2007-02-27 03:57PM | 0 recs
Re: Fox News and the CBC

Maybe I'm wrong but shouldn't the CBC have a debate on the channels that African Americans connect to like BET or Channel 1.

I think that it makes sense because BET or Channel 1 are probably the only venues that many African Americans trust.

Just my opinion, as a young African American woman!

by shanay4363 2007-02-27 04:20PM | 0 recs
You MUST be joking about BET

Buffoonery Entertainment Television is the LAST place you'd want a debate.

I'd accept it on TV One, but they just aren't in as many homes.

Fox is an 'interesting' choice, but I'd prefer PBS or C-Span.

by rikyrah 2007-02-27 07:42PM | 0 recs
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If this comes to pass, it's a big deal, and a mistake by the CBC"

Why is it a mistake?  If Fox is the only network willing to give the CBC a platform, then why shouldn't they take it?  Also, where is the "netroots" in pointing out that the CBC is so neglected in terms of air time that they can't afford not to take Fox up on its offer?  And this is paternalism at its worst: the CBC members didn't fall off the back of a turnip truck yesterday.  These are political pros who know how to deal with the likes of Fox far better (and with flair) than many of left-leaning white folk who get on and then are so cautious they end up saying nothing.

"The racial divide in the Democratic Party, and the progressive wing, is really really bad."

Yes, it is bad.  The left is not immune to racism either.  In fact, I've heard as much if not more slurs against Sharpton and Jackson on so-called "progressive" sites as on the right.  As they say, with friends like these...

"This creates an atmosphere of mistrust that opens the door to devilish deals with the right."

But devlish to whom and why?  I'll answer: its "devlish" in terms of the impact to the needs of the progressives, but not necessarily to blacks, and again, yeah, there are some blacks (as there are any group) gullible enough to fall prey to those who would use them to their detriment, but this assumes that the ANY black group or organization who decided to take advantage of something like this wouldn't be smart enough to get out of what's best for them.

"From the CBC's perspective, black issues are just not a big deal to the white progressive movement."

Its not just the CBC; its clear that black issues are not a "big deal" to them.  I mean, how many threads have there been on this blog of issues that are of immediate and specific concern to blacks?

Speaking of Amy Sullivan, when is the netroots going to get the importance of the church in the black community?  When are they going to realize when they make blanket statements ridiculing religion, a la the wingnut right, that they make no friends in the black community?  When are they going to realize that when they ridicule believers they make no friends in the black community?  When is the netroots going to realize that there is a huge difference between what goes on in a black church versus what goes on in these warmed over klan meetings (yes, that's right) run by some of those "christian" conservatives on the far right?

Also, Obama.  The netroots have torn him a new one for going after religious voters, not realizing that Obama is playing to his base in the black community here in Englewood in Chicago.  The people he came up with are church going folk, that's why Obama speaks in churches.  For that, Obama has been disrespected and talked about in some of the most personal and nasty language on the netroots, and then they turn around and expect black folk to fall in line with them.  Again, their ignorance of what's important to blacks and their views and social orientation is glaring.  

"The CBC doesn't recognize that the netroots are not actually the old progressive movement."

And why do you think that is?  Is the CBC blind to the awesome unbearable lightness of being that is the netroots movement?  No!  From my perspective the netroots and the "old" progressive movement are cut from the same cloth, in terms of background, social perspective, etc.  That's what the CBC and others see.  The netroots views of the black community are just as stunted by the social segregation we still live under, as their predecessors.  And why is that, netroots?  Why hasn't there been any progress in that regard?  What are YOU doing to break down those barriers?

"It's not impossible, but frankly, we can't provide the money that multi-billion dollar corporations can because we don't have it."

So you think its all about money, that the CBC and other black leaders and organizations only partner with those who have "multi-billion dollar" resources.  And I guess you are that ignorant about blacks that you don't even realize the insult that is, and yet you proclaim:

"We are new, and much more open to collaboration and working together with a newly energized African-American political progressive movement."

With comments and ignorance on display like this, there is nothing "new" about you.  Try spending some time -- not just a day trip -- in the black community and getting to know people, what they deal with every day; their issues.  

by clark 2007-02-27 04:47PM | 0 recs
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Ah, clark.  I remember your strong defense of Al Wynn and your accusations that I am in need of mental treatment.  Those were the days, buddy.

by Matt Stoller 2007-02-28 03:00PM | 0 recs
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Yes they were Matt.  

Don't get me wrong: I do appreciate you at least trying. By and large the net effect of the netroots efforts in this regard is about as helpful as them singing Kumbayaa every now and then and patting themselves on the back. You try, but I wish you would at least give some thought to what you are saying in this regard before you say it.  African Americans are not white progeressives who just happen to be black.

As for Wynn, what you've done to him was wrong.  For blacks, politics has to address more immediate concerns, and that means their perspective tends to focus more locally, whereas the netroots tend to overlook that to focus exclusively on national issues.  Wynn won with black support, because he took care of local issues, and people remembered that.  He didn't cheat.  Donna Edwards was a great candidate, and I'm sure she'll win a seat eventually.  Her problem was, I believe, she surrounded herself with outsiders who held her up as a netroots darling.  That did not help her gain trust on the homefront.

The campaign you carried on about Wynn stealing the election bordered on slander.  I've worked as an election judge for eight years and the "evidence" that you put up on your site was circumstantial at best.  It did not support your claims of theft by Wynn.  What it did validate was what those of us who have worked elections have known to be true, and that is they tend to be chaotic, messy affairs, not due to malfeasance, but hampered by bureaucratic bungling, ill planning and incompetence.  

How do you expect blacks to line up with the netroots when it disrespects black candidates and patronizes the rank and file?  Every time this issue comes up, some idiot will say, oh, we need to get more computers into the ghetto, as if the only reason blacks aren't lining up behind you all is because they don't have the benefit of being enlightened by the MyDDs of the internet.  Its deeper than that.

Blacks have to be taken as equals, and not just as a means to an end for the netroots to achieve their national goals.

by clark 2007-02-28 07:13PM | 0 recs
You are on the money

Speaking of Amy Sullivan, when is the netroots going to get the importance of the church in the black community?  When are they going to realize when they make blanket statements ridiculing religion, a la the wingnut right, that they make no friends in the black community?  When are they going to realize that when they ridicule believers they make no friends in the black community?  When is the netroots going to realize that there is a huge difference between what goes on in a black church versus what goes on in these warmed over klan meetings (yes, that's right) run by some of those "christian" conservatives on the far right?

Also, Obama.  The netroots have torn him a new one for going after religious voters, not realizing that Obama is playing to his base in the black community here in Englewood in Chicago.  The people he came up with are church going folk, that's why Obama speaks in churches.  For that, Obama has been disrespected and talked about in some of the most personal and nasty language on the netroots, and then they turn around and expect black folk to fall in line with them.  Again, their ignorance of what's important to blacks and their views and social orientation is glaring.  

I had to highlight this, because I thought this was on the money. I read, repeatedly, criticisms of Barack Obama and 'religion', and how people want him to ' tone it down'.

They simply 'don't get it'. They don't get how so much of Obama's politics IS ROOTED IN HIS RELIGION.

I know that makes a number of people on the progressive left uncomfortable, but I don't care.

As an Black woman, I listen to Barack Obama, ' with his religious spiel', as it's derogatorily called, and I understand it. I understand it, and his politics, because I understand the roots of those politics. The right tried to demonize his affiliation with Trinity UCC, while the left tries to dismiss it, because it's ' that religious stuff'. As a Black woman, I understand so much of Obama's politics comes from his belonging to Trinity and having Dr. Wright as his pastor.

by rikyrah 2007-02-28 07:13PM | 0 recs
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"But we need to get a real dialogue going, because like with net neutrality where the CBC found itself under attack by white progressives who from their perspective had always taken them for granted, we will not win until we are working together."

An interesting comment. Ed Towns, Albert Wynn, and Bobby Rush have been brave to go against the grain on this issue.

Across the country, minority neighborhoods are like rural areas, without the same high-speed Internet city folks like us enjoy.

They believe, and I think they are right, that net neutrality regulations along the lines of Dorgan-Snowe would stymie investment in fiber-to-the-home.

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