As an exit to my blog I would like to say this. I am very educated and smart. I am currently in college and I have a 3.2 cum G.P.A. I have no problems with blacks. I used to date a chocolate guy and obviously we were intimate. Now if that points to racism, then your logic doesn’t make sense.
My whole life I have been friends with minorities and so has everyone else in my family. My older brother even did some missionary work in Ghanna for one summer and dated one of the native African American girls while there. We were just raised in a home in which we were taught to think freely and express ourselves.
I am sorry if I offended anyone with my posts. I am not racist at all. I think black people deserve the rights we gave them and should keep them,
That being said I believe it is time for black people to behave and better themselves and stop forcing the world to occomodate them. A black that I really admire, Pharrel, was speaking on the Queen Latifah show and said blacks should embrace the positivity life has to offer and he called it new black. I completely agrree. It is time to start a neew. America is for black people now but only if you people want it. I’m crying hysterically now so I’ll leave you all with this quote by a great black man, “How do we stop racism? We stop talking about it.”
Too late to try and redeem it now. It doesn’t matter whether you are in college or not, the prejudice is blatantly clear. After saying that “Black people are the worst” you cannot redeem it by telling us that you dated a “chocolate guy” and that you were intimate. It also seems quite degrading to refer to Pharrell as “a black”, considering they are not objects, they are people. I think the phrase that you were looking for is “a black person” that you admire, because that is what they are. Pharrell, and all other black people, are exactly that. They are people and not a colour.
I will leave you with a quote by a great black woman, “Racism is still with us. But it is up to us to prepare our children for what they have to meet, and, hopefully, we shall overcome.”