Does having a black friend make me seem cooler to you?
Why haven't you taken grits worldwide? I loves me some grits.
Damn, I can't believe this is still going on..
Buncha nosey asses..
Ok, I have another question. I was listening to the radio this weekend and Young Jeezy's 'Lose My Mind' comes on . I love Young Jeezy, so I would like to know more what this means,
"G Coat, Black Shades & my Black Chains
And you wouldn't understand it, it's a Black thing"
Is he saying I wouldn't understand wearing and liking black clothing and accessories or that I wouldn't understand why he's dressed or is he just playing with the word black?
Yeah but it seems like when someone says "acting black", it's more "acting hip hop". Not every black person embraces and participates in the hip hop culture. That's a generational thing. Just like not every white person was a hippie and $#@!.
Hip hop is not only for blacks. Not even close.
Hip hop is more a part of our culture though. Hip hop also effects our culture in ways it doesn't for other cultures out there. I guess you can say hip hop is embedded in our culture and part of our culture goes as hip hop does.
Well wasn't hip hop actually started by Puerto Ricans in the 70s?
I hate to even say this as I love GOOD rap and hip hop.....but you could also say that it destroy's a sizeable portion of black American's lives like no other genre does another race or ethnic group.
Why arent there any mainstream soul food resturaunts? I always have to go to a predominately black area to obtain this delight and many white folks dont even know that a lot of these establishments exist. Do you not want us to eat there? I seriously think this is an opportunity waiting to happen.
Do y'all really think the names you give, especially to the females, sound good???
I worked for a trade school and we dealt mostly with low income blacks and some of the names of these girls who came in there. I could only laugh and shake my head at the same time.
I recently bought my kids a Tom and Jerry DVD. At the beginning of the 1st episode Warner Bros gave a disclaimer/statement that said (paraphrase):
"there are scenes dipicted in these cartoons that express racial and ethnic views of the time. these views were wrong then and wrong now. these scenes will not be deleted because doing so would be admitting these predjudices never existed".
i thought that was an appropriate way to handle that and remember the cartoons with the "mammy" and $#@! like that. Does the young black generation pretty much say meh to this? I'm amazed when watching 80s movies like 48 Hours and Trading Places how over the top some of the scenes are. I've always thought that these movies made more progress than created harm because it used humor to point out how ridiculous views were at the time (similar to Chappele).
I made it 10 seconds into that video before I found it highly offensive. I'm not watching anymore of that.
Do black people love Blazing Saddles as much as white people?
Should I, as a white person, refer to you as "black" or as "African American"?
Okay, hypothetical question.
Let's say you have an all-white neighborhood and they find out that there's going to be a black family moving in. Everyone's nervous, but then they find out that the black family is from Africa, so everyone is relieved. Are they racists?
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