Wednesday, January 9, 2013

Write That Down #46

Just because you're Black and have White friends doesn't mean that you forget you're Black and that racism is STILL alive in 2012. So don't turn a blind eye to racism when it's staring you in the face just to appease them in order to avoid being accused of having ABMS (Angry Black Man Syndrome). If they're really friends worth having, or existing at all, they'll listen to your reality with an open-mind and increase the worth of their humanity by having enough compassion to learn something they didn't learn before.

1 comment:

  1. I agree. I have lost so called friends as they thought I had "a chip on my shoulder" which is a comment usually thrown at black people when you raise an issue in regards to race or stick up for someone when racism rears its ugly head.

    Usually get told to put up with it.


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