Why has modern Black American culture become so negative & degrading? Why has the prototypical
Black American culture is lower income, ghetto, & anti-achievement? What it is about modern Black American culture that glorifies anti-achievement, ignorance, & pathological behaviors? Why do so many Black American parents, even though middle class & educated, stress being social over education & intellectualism?
I have another question that is associated with this. Why is everyone always asking or complaining about the poor black neighborhoods and schools? There are just as many white, Asian and Mexican poor neighborhoods and schools, but no one ever talks about them. Why is that? To me that is just as important. Greg.
Wow, that Q is so [bad word here]. The white corporations are putting this up for upscale white kids. Used to be Cowboy & Indians, Now it's Gangsta style. Who dresses up to emulate? Young White Boys.
It's a standard joke reference in many venues, I'm surprised you missed all of them.
This is an excellent question. I would like to add this to it: who is producing and promoting all this negativity? Why has gangster rap, cynicism, and extreme disrespect towards women replaced soul music and the romantic musings of Smokey Robinson and Stevie Wonder? Is there an anti-African American force behind all this - or are they doing it to themselves???
Either way, the solution is obvious. Boycott the $hit!!!
by Grace Marguerite Williams 4 years ago
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by Grace Marguerite Williams 4 years ago
Is the problem in the Black American community the result of external racism or is it an internal psycho-cultural, even sociocultural consciousness, mentality, philosophy, psychology, & outlook of Black Americans? Why are Black Americans behind? Your thoughts?
by Readmikenow 6 months ago
I challenge ALL liberals to click on the link below and listen to what Candace Owens has to say about George Floyd. I think she is spot on.“In a controversial 17-minute long video shared on Twitter on June 3, Owens said that she does not "support George Floyd and the media's depiction of...
by Jack Lee 2 years ago
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by Elizabeth Below 7 years ago
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by William Thomas 9 years ago
How has film noir changed American culture? (Care to write a hub about it?)
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