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originally posted by: magnetik
the left a mixture of cultures, ethnicitys, religions etc. the right a mixture of racist , white nationalist, separatist, a few regular people and a sprinkle of color most likely christian
originally posted by: DerBeobachter
Surprised I didn't see a thread on this already.
Maybe because it´s about the opinion of a unimportant, mentally ill "celeb" that even can´t make good music and needed to marry a darkhaired "Kelly Bundy" to stay a "VIP"?
For the past week, Kanye West’s oft-dormant Twitter feed has been a font of dopey aphorisms and aspirational directives, many of which (“Question everything”) feel like the sort of thing a person might overhear at a college party, after a sizable tray of edibles has been ransacked. Which is to say, anyone who has ever been near an undergraduate in America likely recognizes the frantic inflection of a young man who has just now figured everything out. Yet, because West is forty years old,
originally posted by: cenpuppie
She is as naive and ignorant as the ones that think thinks she is correct.
But this thread is a "bash black americans" circle jerk, so go ahead and get your jollies, i've leave you all in peace for now.
First thing's first - they have to stop viewing education as acting white.
He also concluded that some students did poorly because high achievement was considered "acting white" among their peers.
''When we asked if friends made fun of kids who do well in school, we don't find any racial difference in that,'' said Ronald F. Ferguson, a senior research associate at the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard who analyzed a new study of 40,000 middle and high school students in 15 middle class school districts, including Shaker Heights.
Indeed, the study, which was administered by the Minority Student Achievement Network, an organization that explores ways to close the racial achievement gap, found that African-American and Latino students work as hard and care as much about school as white and Asian students do.