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“"Everything Must Change"”

Since: Dec 06

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#2
Dec 20, 2006
 
That's Bull

The only Black I know that does it is Michael Jackson and really does he count anymore?
edo bg

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Dec 20, 2006
 
Mena Marlowe wrote:
That's Bull
The only Black I know that does it is Michael Jackson and really does he count anymore?
Well, He did try to play the race card when he got in trouble. And the black community still supported him. My question is why? He has dissrespected his people by what he did to him self. Why support him?

“"Everything Must Change"”

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Dec 20, 2006
 
cuteblkdude wrote:
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The black community doesn't really support Michael Jackson that much. What gives you the idea that we do?
Most blacks have not taken Michael Jackson seriously since the early 90's
edo bg

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Dec 20, 2006
 
cuteblkdude wrote:
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The black community doesn't really support Michael Jackson that much. What gives you the idea that we do?
Jesse Jackson had his back and so did a lot of other influential african americans.

“"Everything Must Change"”

Since: Dec 06

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#7
Dec 20, 2006
 
Well sometimes uncharitable causes must be fought for it is the principle in the matter
he WAS born white...... I mean BLACK
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Since: Dec 06

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Dec 20, 2006
 
I have no respect for Michelle Jackson ha ha ha Micheal that is ooops!! But this man is nothing but a persona a facade before the cameras, his latest boffo's and antics are for VH1's worst goof ups in hollywood shows?!!? As a person I think he's so caught up in himself its me, me, me, and oh you, way of doing things, he's gotten away from his true love and that music, screw entertainment if he gets back to the music I might recognize him as a artist again.

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Dec 20, 2006
 
Patriq wrote:
I have no respect for Michelle Jackson ha ha ha Micheal that is ooops!! But this man is nothing but a persona a facade before the cameras, his latest boffo's and antics are for VH1's worst goof ups in hollywood shows?!!? As a person I think he's so caught up in himself its me, me, me, and oh you, way of doing things, he's gotten away from his true love and that music, screw entertainment if he gets back to the music I might recognize him as a artist again.
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Inkra

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Dec 20, 2006
 
Bleaching exists among black and I witnessed that even in Africa.
However, I think those people don't want to become white but just to have a lighter skin. It's very popular among women in my country of origin. Some men bleach too, but a minority. For women, it has become a routine and some countries have banned those products. It's more present in the DRC, but I think the establishment of a strong government and the media will reduce the negative impact of that practice. I hear it negatively affect the brain.
edo bg

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Dec 20, 2006
 
Patriq wrote:
I have no respect for Michelle Jackson ha ha ha Micheal that is ooops!! But this man is nothing but a persona a facade before the cameras, his latest boffo's and antics are for VH1's worst goof ups in hollywood shows?!!? As a person I think he's so caught up in himself its me, me, me, and oh you, way of doing things, he's gotten away from his true love and that music, screw entertainment if he gets back to the music I might recognize him as a artist again.
What did that one comic say about michelle jackson and his trial... He said i knew michael wasn't going to jail. They don't ever find white women guilty. Speaking of being caught up in your self. What is the deal with your boy TO. I know you're a cowboys fan, but are you happy that he is on your team.
rap city rhapsody

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Dec 21, 2006
 
edo bg wrote:
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Well, He did try to play the race card when he got in trouble. And the black community still supported him. My question is why? He has dissrespected his people by what he did to him self. Why support him?
i agree. suddenly decided to become one of "us" again once he was in trouble. sicko.
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Dec 21, 2006
 
Inkra wrote:
Bleaching exists among black and I witnessed that even in Africa.
However, I think those people don't want to become white but just to have a lighter skin. It's very popular among women in my country of origin. Some men bleach too, but a minority. For women, it has become a routine and some countries have banned those products. It's more present in the DRC, but I think the establishment of a strong government and the media will reduce the negative impact of that practice. I hear it negatively affect the brain.
well whether they want to become white isn't really the issue since they cannot become white no matter what they do. but why is it that they want to "just have a lighter skin"? is it that they think that the skin they were born in isn't good enough? will the quality of their lives somehow improve with lighter skin? why would they think this way? are people with lighter skin given higher value in the congo (and to a large degree here in the united states)...? how will a stronger government help reduce the desire for lighter skin? can a government regulate self-esteem...?
lady t

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Dec 21, 2006
 
M. Jackson treated blacks better then your boy O.J. and has put this in his music.
However, You can find society loves blacks to act white more so then you to change your skin color. So the darker the brother or sister the better when they cross over and look down on your race, this helps them prove their false hopes that white is better then black.
thx Oprah winfrey
edo bg

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Dec 21, 2006
 
rap city rhapsody wrote:
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i agree. suddenly decided to become one of "us" again once he was in trouble. sicko.
And what is the deal with the nose? Looks ridiculous.
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Dec 21, 2006
 
lady t wrote:
M. Jackson treated blacks better then your boy O.J. and has put this in his music.
However, You can find society loves blacks to act white more so then you to change your skin color. So the darker the brother or sister the better when they cross over and look down on your race, this helps them prove their false hopes that white is better then black.
thx Oprah winfrey
When has michael Jackson treated black people?
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Dec 21, 2006
 

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Inkra wrote:
Bleaching exists among black and I witnessed that even in Africa.
However, I think those people don't want to become white but just to have a lighter skin. It's very popular among women in my country of origin. Some men bleach too, but a minority. For women, it has become a routine and some countries have banned those products. It's more present in the DRC, but I think the establishment of a strong government and the media will reduce the negative impact of that practice. I hear it negatively affect the brain.
Skin bleaching among blacks are a big deal in the islands as well. It's done, but is frowned upon. It all has to do with low self-esteem and low self-images of blacks. i just really wish our people would let go of the light-skinned, good-hair issues that continue to keep us back.

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Montréal, Canada

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Dec 21, 2006
 
rap city rhapsody wrote:
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well whether they want to become white isn't really the issue since they how will a stronger government help reduce the desire for lighter skin? can a government regulate self-esteem...?
The lightness of the skin is a relative issue because even whites want to get a tan to be considered beautiful. I think people want a balanced skin color. A mixture of a black, white, Asian, hispanic (how many races are there?) would maybe give us the sought-after skin color!
Yes, in Africa a strong government can create incentives for self-esteem by giving information to people. I wouldn't sacrifice my brain cells for my skin, but people don't know the negative impacts of some practices.
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Dec 25, 2006
 
BWAHAHAHAHAHA!

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#21
Dec 25, 2006
 
WE DONT BLEACH OUR SKIN. WHITES STAY IN THE SUN JUST TO HAVE OUR COMPLEXION. THE WHITE WOMEN HAVE SURGERY JUST TO GET THEIR LIPS, BREAST, BUTT TO LOOK LIKE OURS. THEY WANT TO BE BLACK B/C THE WHITE MEN LOVE US. REMEMBER WHEN MASTERS USED TO GET THE SLAVES PREGNANT. DON'T HATE.

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#22
Dec 26, 2006
 
Anyone black peraon who bleaches there skin is really lacking self esteem and stupid.
It is also really bad for your health.
When you bleach your skin you are killing the natural melanin iin your skin, melanin is like a natural built in sun protector in your skin, if you bleach you will reduce the melanin, and make more self more at risk to skin cancer.
When you bleach your skin takes on almost a reddish shade and looks very sore.
Also bleaching does not give you an all over lighter shade of colour if you do it excessively. You end up with a greyish complextion because you have bleached out all the colour in your skin because there is hardly any melanin to produce colour. I've seen people that do it looking like ghosts and very ugly because they look so weird.
We should embrace our natural colour and love ourselves. I am light skinned and I have seen so many beautiful dark skinned people, I get so jealous ha ha ha they just look lovely. But I still love me and how I look, and plus I have no problem attracting fine looking men ha ha so it aint all bad.
We are all beautiful no matter what shade we are.
martha

Houston, TX

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#24
Dec 28, 2006
 
I think that's why I can't stand to date light skin guys because I think most of us light skinned blacks have a problem with the light or dark spots. But I could be wrong.

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