I have also responde to this statement in my previous post, and I am sorry if my answers are not well expressed or incomplete.<quoted text>
You previously said that discrimination in Latin America is based classicism and now you admit that dark skin is a factor. And then you mention that it happens in asiatic cultures to make it somehow seem normal.
And of course Latin Blacks do acknowledge a cultural heritage. They are actually closer to their African roots than AA's as they have preserve more of their original culture, an example is their music and things like Santeria and Camdoble etc
no, im not argentinian,i,m uruguayan but im doing university here.
but I will repeat the problem is poberty and colorism, wich yes, is a way of racism but much more complicated than the white black problem because it also includes all the tones in between (someone has expresed it very neatly in a previous post) thats why here we here organize ourselves in classist convative political movements to fight poberty and the imposibility of upward mobility, and not to fight racism, wich is so dificult to define or to fight against when it turns into c olorism wich is somehow amorphus.
ps: Now that I know you are in contac with afro latino issues there in the US i wanted to ask you another thing:
do you think that in the next decades, colorism could become a problem in the us? like in brazil and the rest of latin america??