Black People : Stephen A. Smith puts "the black community" in it's place.

So you said, I wouldn't leave and I did!

You must be on colored folks time! :lol:

This is the best, in this debate, that CM can do.
Folks are shaking their head. Saying to themselves,
why don't CM give it up. RAPTOR should go'head
and let this dude alone. The horse is good and dead
on this one...
 
This is the best, in this debate, that CM can do.
Folks are shaking their head. Saying to themselves,
why don't CM give it up. RAPTOR should go'head
and let this dude alone. The horse is good and dead
on this one...
Don't even know the meaning of the word "criticize" and isn't man enough to admit when he's wrong, yet you try to exalt yourself and proclaim a victory???

You're like the guy who played the Power Ball, lost, but still thinks he has the winning ticket!

You are indeed a legend in your own mind!!!!

Don't spend it all in one place!!!! :lol:
 
I really don't see the argument...
Stephen A Smith and Mr. Dyson both said accurate statements
You acknowledge what Marc Cuban said is true
You challenge the perspective of the stereotype
You challenge the bigotry of a person's views
You ensure your environment by the betterment of the people around you

There is no similarity of a nazi tattooed white man or a black man with a hoodie
The FEAR based on the stereotype of both is what needs to be challenged
The fact of police stereotype of judiciously arresting black folk need to be responded to

Now... the culture of blacks need to be resolved by blacks... simple. But you need to be able to respond, to criticize it, and to discuss it.
 
There is no similarity of a nazi tattooed white man or a black man with a hoodie
The FEAR based on the stereotype of both is what needs to be challenged
Mark Cuban was speaking from HIS perspective, which is obviously different from a black man's, but I understood his point.

Whereas for him, it might take a "big tattooed white man" to make him cross the street, for a BLACK man, all it might take for him to cross the street is seeing a white man in a police uniform.

Personally, if i'm in an all white neighborhood, i'm gonna be skittish of ANY white man that I encounter.

Same thing if i'm in the hood...i'm gonna be skittish of any approaching young blacks.

My perspective isn't based on any stereotype but from PERSONAL EXPERIENCE.

I have been attacked and had to defend myself against both WHITE and BLACK.

I remember when I first watched the tv show "Happy Days" and saw the character called "The Fonz".

He reminded me of a white man that threatened me with a knife when I was a kid.

Every time I watched that show I was reminded of those white guys that used to chase me during that period.

That was back when Martin Luther King was alive and whites were PROUD to be racists!

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My point is that Mark Cuban had every right to give his perspective.

There was no need for Dr. Dyson to challenge that.

Mark Cuban was honest about his fears and what made him apprehensive.

Of course, there's a different perspective among blacks.
 

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