is it right to sue a university because you didn’t get in?
I have gone to many gay bars/clubs where I have literally felt like brother outsider. My brown skin became a liability that interfered with my ability to connect with white patrons.
I’ve traveled around the world, I’ve graduate from a tier one law school, I’ve done OK for myself, but when the cops see me, they do not see any of that.
My name is Natalia and I am a Latina. I was born and raised in Colombia by Colombian parents.
Malcolm X once said, “If you are Black, you were born in jail, in the North as well as the South. Stop talking about the South. As long as you are South of the Canadian border, you are South.”
By destroying any reminders of history aren’t we passing on the race issue to future generations based on our rules without explanation?
Is this what it means to be a promising young black boy in America today?
“I don’t know you, but when I searched for your name from the news outlets it led me here. You’re not captured yet, so there’s a chance you may see this message.”
She does not know the Black experience.
7. Does wanting to give her the benefit of the doubt actually reinforce her white or light skinned privilege?