They are fed a regular diet of victimization in the cycle of poverty - sometimes self-inflicted, sometimes not - by their parents, other blacks and the government.<quoted text> Because the both of you are trying to put a 2013 perception on a 1607-1878 time frame. It cannot be done. Oh and I was not replying to you that was for Realtime. The way things then were considered normal, right or wrong. The real problem begins with the Thirteenth amendment. Why after 150 or so years do a lot of blacks still for the most part live on the plantation. You know I don't understand. My daughters come home and tell of the disruptions in class because some people consider it 'being white' to learn. Please explain that to me. I see this as a plague that is spreading across all levels of society. This must be stopped and turned around.
They are not getting the right message from enough black leaders on how to break the cycle.
It's really that simple...in my opinion.