Category: racism

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The bipartisan deal was made by three democrat…

The bipartisan deal was made by three democrats and three republicans who all contributed to the bill.

cricketcat9: I just can’t fucking believe thi…

cricketcat9:

I just can’t fucking believe this… This utter SHIT coming out his mouth. And yet. From Obama to this – how low can you fall, America?

Don’t underestimate people’s disdain for a powerful, educated, and successful black man.

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didntfitthenarrative:

White society: refuses to recognize, showcase, and celebrate black beauty.

Black women: points out the problem

White society: “stop bitching, if you want to see better representation than you have to do something about it yourselves”

Black women: *creates their own spaces to celebrate black beauty

White society: “that’s racist, you shouldn’t exclude people”

White society: limits mobility for black actors and entertainers,
especially in film and television / caters media specifically to white
audiences

Black people: points out the problem

White society: “stop bitching, make something yourself”

Black people: creates own networks, award shows, and films and
television specifically catered to black audiences and with the express
purpose of giving more jobs and better visibilitiy to black artists.

White society: “that’s racist, white people don’t have their own
channels and award shows; also. . black films? Entertainment should be
made for everybody.”

White society: continues to treat blacks as second class and unprotected citizens

Black people: CALMLY points out the problem

White society: “not our problem”

Black people: creates black movement to protest the problem, through which some results finally start showing

White society: “that’s divisive, ALL LIVES MATTER… also this is not
how you achieve results, you need to be more calm and civil, like my
bff MLK!”

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You can’t always see the privilege you have. You…

You can’t always see the privilege you have.
You can’t be blamed for the privilege you have.

You can be blamed for not helping end the system that perpetuates unfair privilege and maintains an uneven playing field.