When will black and white friction end?
So many of my friends argue over oppression and reparations. While I understand slavery is terribly wrong, when will accusations and blamings end? It only leads to more fighting.
It does lead to fighting, but for some people it will never end, that is the sad truth.
It will only end when we are all one color. As for slavery being wrong,it is. But black american slavery is one of the shortest reigns in history. As for apologizing, noone is still alive whereas it would be revelant.
It will end when we will all be brown due to Asians multiplying way faster than Europeans and/or Africans.
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by LoliHey16 months ago
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