Black People : Double standards : reactions of passers-by when a black man tries to steal vs a white man

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  1. Yeremiyah Ben Ysrayl

    Yeremiyah Ben Ysrayl Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    Meh... of course this is what it is, but I would like to see this done with the attire and hair reversed for the sake of this experiment.


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    Being "black" already brings a "guilty before accused" in many regions of anglo-saxon communions and many of us were told we have to out-dress and out-perform our "white" counterparts in order to make it in a biased social system.

    Real question for real talk... which one would we hire based on appearances?

    Why this "white boy" felt the need to get "Qeuntin", the prototypical stereotyped look for scaring "white people", vs. "James"...

    I just see blaxploitation and wonder if this goes anywhere but to get this person some sort of "Justin Timbaland" (yes, I said Timbaland) "street cred", only to follow up with nothing of substance afterwards.

    But will follow just because I like being wrong sometimes.
     
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