This is question number two about the segregation of black and white American names. First...
names. Have you ever noticed that black families tend not to name their children: Skylar, Cloe, Becky (Rebecca) Chip, Brandon,; and white families tend not to give their children names like: Jamal, Marcus, Tameka, Kesha, Rochelle, etc. Why not? Why this apparent segregation as far as first names?
by Right Black 8 years ago
98% of African Americans approve of Obama's job as president, is this a racial or racist component?
by ixwa 7 years ago
Is the Skin Color and Race of President Obama the reason for the heightened Antagonism and Racism?
by Susan Reid 5 years ago
I'm having trouble posting links so copied the whole article.President Obama has really put himself out there identifying with Trayvon Martin and talkinga lot about the ubiquitous nature of racial profiling.Do you feel Obama should or should not be speaking out on this issue?Personally, I agree...
by Nathan Bernardo 5 years ago
Is it not a little telling that it comes up at all? Questioning his nation of origin, and in other ways making reference to his race. It seems entirely irrelevant, though a person can definitely question many other things about his policies, and there's plenty of it to question. It seems his...
by Jack Lee 15 months ago
As a conservative, this is one thing that I have not comprehended as much as I try...Please answer this question.With all the failings of so many government programs, and abuses, and corruption and miss managements...why do we want more of it?I wish someone will give a justification or at least an...
by G. Diane Nelson Trotter 19 months ago
I changed from question to forum to allow commenters to have more space to express their opinions. I initiated the question, and now forum, to discuss reactions to Michelle Obama's statement at the DNC. Her words: “I wake up every morning in a house that was built by...
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