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Tune in and join me live on WOL 1450 AM radio on Sunday, December 22, at 11:30am EST. Coach Butch McAdams and I will be talking about the National Alliance of African American Athletes (www.naaaa.com) and our upcoming Black Tie Banquet to honor the top African American Scholar Athletes.
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It will be informative and entertaining to say the least.
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Tyrone Tate Appose to removing your comment, I would like it to be seen by both our networks. I beg to differ with your opinion Mr. Ayala about the inappropriateness and racist event that highlights the achievements of African American Athletes. Name me one organization that highlights the good in athletes who just happen to be exceptional scholars who just happen to look like you? Where did you go to undergrad? what organization are you a member of? 8 hours ago · Like · 1
Peter Ayala If it is your organizations intention to highlight the good in athletes who are exceptional scholars then do that! And do it without a racial motive. It is time to stop capitalizing off of RACE! What’s wrong with being a just organization that supports the good achievements of all? How about the National Alliance of American Athletes (NAAA)? 8 hours ago · Like
Eric Wade Thank you Tyrone, very well articulated with your usual eloquence. Perhaps, in Mr. Ayala’s point of view, even the Heisman Trophy organization conducted the “most inappropriate racist act” of all, by declaring Jameis Winston, the winner of the most prestigious award in all of college sports, and oh, btw, Mr. Winston just so happens to be a former finalist from the 2012 Watkins class. Oh Lord, just wait until Winston and his Florida St. teammates collect the BCS National Championship? It’s racial, I tell ya, always racial 8 hours ago · Like · 2
Peter Ayala ROTFL “Perhaps, in Mr. Ayala’s point of view, even the Heisman Trophy organization conducted the “most inappropriate racist act” of all, by declaring Jameis Winston, the winner of the most prestigious award in all of college sports”.
There is no need to speculate on the intentions of my words. This attempt to misdirect and dilute my message of social justice will only be successful with stupid people and they are the real problem we face in America. I speak to those that wish to improve the quality of life for all, not just their special interest group. 8 hours ago · Edited · Like
Tyrone Tate The media doesn’t control my actions nor my thoughts but I see you might have a lack of self appreciation. When you look in the mirror what do you see? Just what I needed on Sunday. 8 hours ago · Like
Peter Ayala So you’re a slave to your friends in the media?
“We tried NAAA but your good friends in the media didn’t like it.”
This statement reveals your true motive is to make money, otherwise, why is the media relevant at all? Also, you wish to cater to and promote the race of the recipients. That makes this RACIST. You don’t defeat RACISM by being RACIST!!! This is Just what you need on a Sunday and everyday. 7 hours ago · Edited · Like
Eric Wade Oh snap! G’Damn! Welcome to America, where the objective of the majority of its citizens’ motives are for making money, catering to a segment of the population whom are willing to give their money, even if they don’t totally feel respected or appreciated as fellow American citizens. Oh and BTW, how will anyone know what my intentions of supply and demand (the roots of a capitalist society) are if I don’t publicize it, a.k.a. creating my “media” buzz? Sounds pretty relevant if I want to make as much $ as I can, otherwise why as a slave so I aspire to be the master? 7 hours ago via mobile · Edited · Like
Tyrone Tate Those are your words, not mine. PA let us let the audience know that you and I have known each other for years so there’s no mistake that your comments are not attacks on me and vice versa. I’m a little surprised at your views. Nonetheless, MONEY. There’s no money involved with this organization. Nobody gets a salary. And, And, And, it’s primarily supported by its members. The outside support is truly an option and preference. Otherwise, you got it all wrong. You must be bored today… 7 hours ago · Like
Peter Ayala Yet another attempt to misdirect and dilute the issue. This type of rhetoric is played out! You don’t defeat RACISM by being RACIST! Free your mind and shift your paradigm!!! 7 hours ago · Edited · Like
Kenneth Luster Tate , I am late on the after thought of any thing that may have come you way today,, look just do the best you can to show the promise of being a person of the gift that one may have. Weather, the attempt is or not money we all have to eat! Just keep doing your spirit because I know you from grade school and the GODLY belief you have. Remember this, when we have nothing positive happening in our lives we suffer, we suffer! So, Keep up the great work and I enjoyed the interview! 3 hours ago · Like
Peter Ayala Racism is a sin against God’s creations. I have not past judgement on my brother. I have simply pointed out the inappropriateness of using race to promote his agenda. This is a new day and time and using race to separate the children of God is outdated. Father forgive them, they know not the error of their ways and refuse to hear the teaching of your son Jesus, to show no partiality. 3 hours ago via mobile · Edited · Like
Tyrone Tate Luster please don’t let PA rattle your nerves. I’ve been gone and look what this poor man has done to you. He means no harm and really doesn’t know what he does or says. His language is nothing but a personal and misguided agenda. He has secrets he will not reveal but tries to use this forum as an opportunity. about an hour ago · Like · 1
Peter Ayala The question still remains. Is it appropriate to use race to promote your personal agenda? How would you respond if the same promotion was reworded?:
The National Alliance of European American Athletes (www.naeaa.com) and our upcoming Black Tie Banquet to honor the top European American Scholar Athletes.
Whenever people are afraid to confront their own weaknesses, insecurities, and failings they go on attack. What secrets? I have no secrets. Attack me if you want. about an hour ago · Like
Tyrone Tate Oh you got some secrets pal. You refused to answer my question which I will not repeat. Your educated to know it and also know what you are saying is a reality. Your confused if you insinuating I am afraid to confront something. I think the mirror is cracked. I support anything that is positive! Maybe you should have listened to the show and called in to allow the public to hear your opinion. I look forward to it the next time I’m on the show or please feel free to call in on Coach or any other of the host who might listen to your thoughts. about an hour ago · Like
Peter Ayala I convinced my university president to join me as graduating class president in a demonstration march against apartheid and the unjust imprisonment of Nelson Mandela. about an hour ago · Like
Peter Ayala Attack me if you want. I Graduated as Class President of UDC, worked in D.C. for awhile and then moved on to better opportunities. Your attempts to redirect the issue continues to faillllll… 45 minutes ago · Edited · Like
Kenneth Luster Can I Tate? It seems logical… You would learn a lot from Washington DC, You will kick opportunities in the face; because this is where the laws and any purpose is made. That is not a new measure. Please continue to bring your ideas and inspiration to the place. My thing is ;you seems to be on track to your agenda/view but learn to impose them in the right direction. When you don’t, you or we as people suffers! Please understand the last quote….PEOPLE! not a race thing at ALL! Not an attack just just to inform you only! 44 minutes ago · Like
Peter Ayala When good people are silent, bad things happen, and continue to happen. This is not rocket science. If you want to live in a just society, live justly. And stop being soft about it!!! 32 minutes ago · Edited · Like
Peter Ayala Bob Marley sang, in the abundance of water, the fool is thirsty. Don’t be afraid, drink.