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Post Number: 4361
|Posted on Friday, February 09, 2007 - 09:49 am: |
...that fact of the matter is, many african americans, or should I say black Americans, and africans do not get along.
That's the part I find most foolish because no matter where they are, Blacks share the same experiences... where ever you go... the Black experience is ALWAYS similar, unless, of course, as study after study continue to STRESS, they are the experiences of Blk ppl with LESS African Blood. Only when Black ppl are less African in appearance are their experiences likely to be less similar to "traditional" African americans'. ...and there's tons of data to support this.
also, it is more than his ancestry, it is a question of his loyalty to traditional african american issues.
ANYBODY can be LOYAL to African-Americans and their issues ANYBODY. Your statement only makes sense if your argument is that ANYDODY, regardless of race and/or color, can be Black. And we know that’s not your argument. This talk about who’s Black and who’s not keeps getting more and more ILLOGICAL.