On the subject of race, words matter. Negro, Black, Afro-American. As times changed after the Second World War, each one denoted respect, or its opposite. "Colored" was the language of the Jim Crow South, and it indicated a particularly ugly and backward-looking point of view.
I learned this in the New York City of the 1970's. Growing up in one of the outer boroughs, I practiced Little Michael Jackson's dance moves with my subway buddy, Leslie, waiting for the Number 4 train.
What year is it? Are we in a time warp? US Army Declares “Negro” Acceptable Term For Use According to CNN reports: A newly published U.S. Army regulation says a service member can be referred to as a “Negro”
When the Civil War ended, and after Republican President Abraham Lincoln liberated the slaves in the south, Democrats initiated Jim Crow laws to punish blacks. Democrats discriminated against blacks. In fact, the KKK, was founded as...
Filled Negro Is A COLONIZER'S FIELD AGENT And MUST, By All Means - KEEP THE AMERICANIZED NEGRO THINKING AT THIS LEVEL Ironically, If Filled Negro EVER, EVER, EVER Allowed The Negro In America Go Gain A FULL GLOBAL CONSCIOUSNESS In T...
THE SIX SCARIEST WORDS IN THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE: Nancy Pelosi, speaker of the House.