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The Best N-Word To Counter The N-Word Is 'No'

In 1980, when the late comedian Richard Pryor, back from a trip to Kenya, was asked by Ebony magazine why he would no longer use the N-word in his humor, he replied, "While I was there, something inside of me said, "Look around you, Richard. What do you see? I saw people. African people. I saw people from other countries, too, and they were all kinds of colors, but I didn't see any 'niggers.
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