Conservative talk radio host Larry Elder recalled his late father’s warnings about the Democrat Party while making a statement before a House hearing on “slavery reparations” on Wednesday.
Elder shared some of his father’s teachings regarding perseverance, personal responsibility, self-reflection, and accountability. He also expressed a view of struggle and adversity as permanent features of the human condition.
Very few people could have had a life harder than my father. My father was 13 years — born in 1915 — when he was kicked out of his house by his mother, Athens, Georgia, Jim Crow, at the beginning of the Great Depression.
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The man walked down the street, did whatever he could. Ultimately, he became a Pullman porter on the trains, which was the largest private employer of blacks in those days. [He] traveled all over the world, became a marine, was one of the first black