How come every time black people show love for each other its called "racist," but?

They are the same people to call out black on black crime.


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  • Same reason why blacks claim it's "open season on black men" when blacks literally murder twice as many whites as the reverse, I suppose.

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  • Could you give an example?

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    • If we were to say #blackpride,#blackunity, #blacklove, etc... It would be called "racist."

    • I don't think it's racist but I think it's unnecessary and a little hypocritical depending on who you're talking about. All too often black people talk about being treated equally but they're always segregating themselves. One thing I've never understood is why black people need to emphasize their race as if it's abnormal for them to achieve something. For example, a 12-year college graduate. Black people will talk about "wow he's such an accomplished young BLACK man." A beautiful woman, "wow she's a beautiful BLACK woman, OUR sistas are gorgeous" etc. etc. Black people talk about themselves as if they're another species. It's just odd, white people, Asian people, Hispanic people, and every other group of people do not attribute everything about themselves to being black, whereas black people do. At least black Americans from what I've seen.

    • Actually I do think it's a little racist as well.

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What Girls Said 3

  • I stopped caring about how other races felt about us a LONG time ago... Mad if we do, mad if we don't.

    What I REALLY want to talk about is that protest over the Broncos winning.☺😵

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  • Whoa! I think you got it all wrong.

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  • show love... how?

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