whats the film about a young african american growing up in the ghetto, a girl gets shot by...
crossfire on the basketball court, his fat friend dies, he shoots a pit-bull...
by G. Diane Nelson Trotter 20 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...
by Sarah 3 years ago
Do you really believe there is a "white privilege"?Specially in US, where this issue seems to be more hot, when the majority of the population voted twice to have a black president ruling the country, do you really believe that there is a "white privilege" or are people just...
by Nicole Canfield 2 years ago
The word "ghetto"If I used the word "ghetto" to describe an institution's inability to do something, is that word offensive to African Americans? It wasn't used to degrade a person but used as a term to describe the cheapness of a company. What do you think?
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