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White America v. Black America
Wednesday. 3.25.09 6:35 pm
I was just watching the news about how White America is affected differently than Black America.
I am white, I can't help the color I am born with, but what is the point of being divided? It's as if Black America and White America are two different countries!
BET, Black Entertainment Television, was promoting The Black Vote for Obama. I voted for Obama, but they made it seem like every black person HAD to vote for Obama. I have some black friends who didn't vote for Obama.
Do you see my point here? My point is that we are racially divided and we are going to stay that way unless "Black Leaders" and "White Leaders" come together and help one another.
I am not sure of the exact percentages but there are more black Americans in jail, dropping out of school, in poverty, etc.
IF you look at the stats, yes, there are more black people experiencing the hardships, but what people forget is that black people are PEOPLE. They are HUMANS no better than whites, Hispanics, etc. We are ALL human and no one is better than anyone because of skin color.
There is enough to worry about like RUSSIA hanging out with CUBA and IRAN..
There will be NO PEOPLE if we let petty things like SKIN COLOR and THE WHITE MAN ENSLAVED THE BLACK MAN 200 years ago!
What people forget is that Africans enslaved their own people and THERE ARE WHITE SLAVES out there.
White America v. Black America needs to quit and unite along with Hispanic America, and everyone else who are citizens!
Do you hear things about Black Germany v. White Germany or Black England v. White England?
It's only in America and if we continue as a people to conquer one another then we will fall. If the stomach digested the intestines you would die.
So let's stand up and help one another. It's not a black thing. It's not a white thing. It's an American problem and we have to eliminate it.
Do you know what made me super angry this past summer? Every stiggin' person walking up to me, flat out assuming I am voting for Obama/vehemently against McCain. I thought I was in a college town full of unprejudiced, open-minded people.... No. "sign our petition for nader to be on the ballot... don't like nader? well it will help take vote from mccain..."
And then there was Cynthia McKenney, supporting reparations. How are we supposed to get past this craziness and work together if here she is running for president and wanting reparations. Ugh!
Maybe other countries don't have the as open Black/White "dialogue", because they weren't as entrenched in slavery? From what I understand, Black people are more or less looked down upon where ever you are, and even amongst ourselves there is "well I'm lighter/darker/better/worse" craziness. Then again we need to worry about our own country, and not everyone else...
» ikimashokie on 2009-03-25 06:56:07
This is getting out of hand.
» middaymoon on 2009-03-25 07:07:27
I wish your voice could reach the majority of people out there.
Every day I hear at least one Caucasian female get called, "White girl." It's happened to me, it's happened to my friends.
If I yelled, "Hey black girl," someone would tell me off.
THAT is what we're facing, these days.
» Unicornasaurus on 2009-03-25 08:03:40
That's too bad. I didn't even BARELY read it that way. x.x It's unusual, how some people don't even give others the chance to explain.
» Unicornasaurus on 2009-03-25 08:28:05
I guess I could see getting upset over that, but surely that's not so bad as to terminate a friendship?
» middaymoon on 2009-03-25 10:04:11
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