Deep question, I know.
While I would never believe you should be ashamed of your race, I don't see why you should be proud of it. When I usually hear someone say they're proud of something, it usually has to do with an accomplishment or reward of some sort. I would obviously be proud of graduating from college, getting a bonus at work, or completing a marathon run. But being black? Nothing's wrong with it, but I was born this way & I don't see why I should brag about being "proud" of it. I feel like people only say they're proud of their race because of perceived societal benefits (based upon skin color) that no one should have anyway.
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I see no point to it. Humans have no separate biological races anyway (race means subspecies), and phenotypes have no bearing on someone's intelligence, psychology, or athletic ability, and the achievements of people that share the same skin colour are not mine by default.
I view all of humanity as the same thing anyway.0