• Thunder Lee Dawkins

    Funny, I had a similar experience growing up but I was mocked by some of my white and black peers for not being “black enough.” When I was in the 9th grade, a white girl told me that she had white friends that were blacker than me. It’s not just some black people who have this crazy view of proper being “white,” it’s some white folk who have the same view, and think that black people are supposed to act like the lowest common denominator of a stereotypical black person.

  • ipodking009

    Real read that sheds light on a prevalent topic. Keep it up, The New York Times will be calling shortly.

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