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Wilmington, NC - im single , im happy , and black , and i may not be rich or well educated but thank god im alive and well in the port city and proud to say i work hard for my money the legal way. peace be the journey

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im single , im happy , and black , and i may not be rich or well educated but thank god im alive and well in the port city and proud to say i work hard for my money the legal way. peace be the journey

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im black an im proud

Wilmington, NC

#1 Feb 7, 2010
why do we as human beings put each other down because of differences , why cant we get along on our jobs , in our churches , and at home ? we can make a change for the better by talking positive to one another , god made all races different , he gave each one of us talents and gifts for us to use for the good. so if you have anything negative or hate related to say or do to me or others then that is just sad , so my phrase is PEACE BE YOUR JOURNEY and gods speed
fukthep0lice

Southport, NC

#3 Feb 6, 2012
if i said i was white and i was proud, you'd call me racist.

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#4 Feb 16, 2012
exactly thats what theyd tell us

Since: Feb 12

Wilmington, NC

#6 Feb 21, 2012
Group identity within a minority compared to group identity within a majority are two entirely different animals. Minority groups tend to exhibit
an inner pride that binds them with other members of their group as a coping method, while pride expressed by a majority member is often meant to imply exclusion - which seems logically backwards since they ARE the majority after all.

For example:
if nine out of ten people equal the majority, what is the point feeling "pride" in being the norm if you are the majority?

It should be noted that a poster with a rebel flag in their profile pic made a comment about pride. No matter how one dresses it up, in US history the rebel flag is no different from the Union Jack in that it is a vanquished symbol of defeated ideals whose day has long past.

The fact of the matter is we are all the same - take away the pigment in our skin and we all look the same. We've all come from the same distant relatives, we all require the same basic necessities to survive. We all love our children.
Maybe

Youngsville, NC

#7 Feb 26, 2012
I wouldn't be proud if I was black. Black people smell funny.

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