Should black men be shot for dating white women
Whether spoken or unspoken, many of us have attempted to have this conversation to only be met with surface level analysis that treats race as a monolith with no understanding of how one can fight for their own people while loving the race they are seemingly ‘fighting’ against.NEW YORK – APRIL 06: Actor/rapper Common and tennis player Serena Williams attend the premiere of “Date Night” at Ziegfeld Theatre on April 6, 2010, in New York City.President Trump and other government officials have often focused on Islamic terrorism as a way to shape the narrative when it comes to terrorism. Since 9/11, only 10 terrorist attacks have occurred on American soil where Muslims were viewed as suspects, according to New America Foundation.However, domestic terrorism is far more harmful to U. However, there were 5,818 hate crime incidents and 7,121 victims in in 2015 alone, according to FBI stats.Apparently, the fragility of black masculinity happened to forget the name of the most decorated woman in sports history, as her engagement, for whatever reason, seemed to be a direct attack against their manhood.If you haven’t guessed it already, Alexis Ohanian isn’t black, and black men made their grievance clear: their ‘Black Queen’ had betrayed them., James Harris Jackson was a racist who traveled from Maryland to New York to kill Black men.On March 20, Jackson approached Timothy Caughman, 66, around 11 p.m. Caughman was able to walk to a police precinct, but he eventually died from the stab wounds.
Whether we are talking about #themovementforblacklives or #sayhername, as a community we are requiring that our full humanity not only be recognized, but that safe spaces be created for the expression of that full humanity—whether good, bad, or ugly.
If you were to take a black woman and put her before Kip he would kick and scream and yell and probably even turn gay.
To Kip, a white wimmin is the greatest thing since sliced bread.
It means bearing witness to our struggles and our pain; it means transforming silence into action regarding those struggles and that pain.
Because we all know that silence often means complicity, and we out here trying to get all-the-way free.