WATCH: Black Conservative Star Parker Had to Move Because of This

Star Parker, founder and president of the Center for Urban Renewal and Education, spoke with Ginni Thomas, wife of Justice Clarence Thomas, about the state of politics today.

Martin Luther King Jr.’s civil rights movement was about repentance and revival, Star said, but the new social justice generation wants revenge and redistribution.

“And that only comes through feeding into this narrative that racism is everywhere.”

The hard black left don’t want integration, Star said, and she elaborates on dealing with the pressure of being a black conservative, including the name-calling. But the truth is on our side.

Even so, Star said she had to move because of threats from the Alt-Left. Watch the clip for more:

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  1. The black conservative shouldn’t want integration. It has only liquidated our power as a community. But with that being said I also don’t agree with the give me give me mentality of the left. Do for self!

  2. Integration is a fine ideal when left to the individual.