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White Hypocrits

I'm not whining. Every race has had a violent past. What I'm talking about is the fact that most whites don't want to admit to theirs. Everyone one on this thread is talking about a bunch of other things instead of responding to the question that I have asked. I guess I can now draw my conclusion. Most whites do not want to admit their past.  (Jun 21, 2008 | post #27)

African-American

White Hypocrits

I'm not placing the blame on anyone. I am well aware that African leaders sold their people into slavery. However, most white people have not learned from the past.  (Jun 21, 2008 | post #13)

African-American

Korean Dominate Black Hair Industry

Exactly. I have been guilty of this as well. There are only two Black owned hair care stores in my town and I am going to support them whole heartedly. I am going to tell every woman I know to support these two stores.  (Jun 20, 2008 | post #125)

African-American

Korean Dominate Black Hair Industry

Dog hair, cat hair, and rat hair! Oh my goodness! I cannot believe this! I am definitely going to watch this video. Sometimes I have went to hair care stores and felt "good" quality human hair and bad quality human hair. The bad quality does feel like animal hair. It is very dry and brittle. It sheds like crazy and smells bad, too. It also irritates your scalp like it ain't nothing! Once I used some cheap human hair because I was low on money and it made my scalp itch so bad. I felt like I had lice. I will definitely warn every sistah I know about the Korean market and their low down dirty business practices.  (Jun 20, 2008 | post #124)

African-American

White Hypocrits

Most whites do not accept their history. Most of them will go out of the way to prove how slavery is beneficial to Blacks without mentioning the fact that only half of those that were taken survived the journey to the Americas. Pick up a high school history book. If slavery is being discussed in the book, it is watered down to make it seem not so bad. Slavery was a holocaust, but when read in a high school history book, it's just "bad". However, read a little more in the book and see how the Native Americans are portrayed. I am not being one-sided, I'm being honest. Few white people are being honest with themselves about their past. Maybe if white people would worry about their own backyards like I mentioned earlier, the world wouldn't be in the situation it is now. After all, the pot can't call the stove black if their both black, can they?  (Jun 20, 2008 | post #4)

African-American

Weave And Hair Extension Bashing Is Good For You

I'm not going bash sistahs for wearing weaves. I used to be a weave queen myself. There are different reasons why some Black women wear weave. Some wear it because they are in their transition period (going from the perm to the natural hair). Some want to try something new without causing damage to their hair and unfortunately, there are some Black women who want to hide their hair from the world. These sistahs have been taught that their hair is ugly so they must hide it. Instead of bashing women who wear weave, we should teach them to love themselves. Like I said, I used to be a weave queen myself until someone taught me to love myself. I am now 3 years natural and couldn't be any happier with myself. Wearing weave does more than just hide your real hair, it can cause hair damage as well. Using all of that glue can cause the hair to fall out and it turns the hair into a sticky mess! When you have your hair covered up 24/7, you don't allow your hair a chance to breathe. This can cause damage to one's hair as well. Let's educate our women on the damaging effects of wearing weave and teach them to love themselves.  (Jun 20, 2008 | post #189)

African-American

Why are white men jealous of black men?

Most white men seem insecure to me. They think they need a good car, money, and all of that to get what they want. I once had this weak white dude try to shove his fancy car in my face and he expected me to pay him some mind when he did that. I just admired the car and went about my marry way. Black men on the other hand, have that "Take it or leave it" attitude. If someone isn't feeling them based on their social status, they just dust their shoulders off and keep going.  (Jun 20, 2008 | post #352)

African-American

White Hypocrits

This came to me after reading and responding to the thread, "Why are Black people so violent?" Why is it that most white people can't accept the fact that they have had a barbaric and violent history? I mean, I just finished reading the book, "The Black Holocaust" by S.E. Anderson and I can see that white people are, by no means, innocent when it comes to having an uncivilized past. Why is that white people are always pointing at other races like their roses don't smell like poo poo? I mean, it's always, "Black people are violent" "The Indians were barbaric and uncivilized" "Blacks would be nowhere without us." I mean, these are people that captured us from our homeland, raped us, beat us, fed us to the sharks on the cold, hard seas. Auctioned us off to the highest bidder once we reached shore and now they want to pretend like they have the most squeaky clean past in the history of the world. Has anybody else noticed this? Give me your thoughts and your feedback.  (Jun 20, 2008 | post #1)

African-American

Whites Afraid of African-Americans Uniting-Why?

If your people are willing to stop someone from putting a noose around someone's neck then why won't they stop the sick prank? I think the problem with most white people is that they dismiss things as a prank, but when someone who is non-white seriously gets hurt/killed they want to do something. It's too late then and then the trust between blacks and whites are lessened even more. Another thing is it's very hard to get some white people to talk about race. Either they play dumb about the issue, or they get very defensive for no reason. When discussion on racism come on TV who are the people making the discussion? Black people. You hardly ever see a white person on there and if there is one they are not participating in the discussion like the rest of the people are. I would have to agree with the poster that talked about the right kind of unity. Unity can be played against us and we can become unified for the wrong reasons.  (Dec 29, 2007 | post #113)

African-American

Homosexuality where did it come from?

No I was not born gay which is why I changed from being gay to straight. If a person is born gay, then there is no possible way they can change. However, people CAN change which means people are not born gay. I'm not trying to pick a fight with you either. However what science say and what goes on in the person lives of real people are a different story. Science claims that blacks are less intelligent than whites, but that has been disproved over and over.  (Dec 29, 2007 | post #226)

African-American

Ladies would you talk to a cute guy with dirty shoes?

To me a pair of dirty Chucks means that he's hardcore and he loves to have fun. He doesn't care about what people think and he is a hard worker. I don't know what it is, but I go crazy when I see my man in some dirty, black Converse. I also own a pair of some pretty beat up Converse myself.  (Dec 29, 2007 | post #60)

African-American

where did you meet your best friend?

I met my friend at school. She was the new kid and I had been there for a few months. She tried to introduce herself to me, but I would always snatch my head around and go back to my work. One day the teacher left the room and somehow a debate started about which was better, Playstation or Nintendo (We were in 7th grade OK? Lol). I was on her side and we've been friends every since.  (Dec 27, 2007 | post #5)

African-American

what does the confederate flag mean to you?

I voted ignorance for a number of reasons: To me the flag stands for racism because the South wanted to have slaves. I know the North had slaves too, but the slavery in the South was much worse. The South wanted to leave the Union because they wanted slaves. Sure, it was because of states rights, but states rights to have what? Slaves. The flag also stands for division. When the South seceded from the Union, it tore this nation apart. Brothers fought brothers and fathers fought sons. It created negative attitudes on both sides that still exist today. I know some white people who said they rather die than, "cross the Mason-Dixon line." Another reason why I chose ignorance is because it's dumb to support a loosing side 200 years after the fact. The South needs to move on. They say Black people need to get over slavery, well the Southern white people need to get over getting beat. They were wrong for supporting slavery and dividing a nation. I believe that a person who still flies the Confederate flag is a traitor to this country. If you hate being in this country because not all of it is "Southern " then leave the United States or get out of 1850 and join the rest of us. People want to snatch down a Mexican flag, well snatch down the Confederate flag, too.  (Dec 27, 2007 | post #43)

Family

The York Daily Record - Disagreeing about Kwanzaa

Just because you celebrate Kwanzaa doesn't mean you're going to Hell. Kwanzaa has no religious ties whatsoever. It's basically a week long period where you practice certain principles everyday of that week. Get your facts straight idiot.  (Dec 27, 2007 | post #4)

Q & A with Linkin Park Princess

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Hometown:

Chattanooga, TN

I Belong To:

Terence Parks???:P

When I'm Not on Topix:

Hanging out with my boyfriend, Terence, shopping, eating, listening to music, writing, reading about Black history, working.

Read My Forum Posts Because:

I am realistic

I'm Listening To:

Linkin Park

Read This Book:

Color Me Dark, The Skin I'm In, The Wind in the Willows

Favorite Things:

Metal, leggings, studded belts, my purple hair, Black history, Linkin Park, pompadours, politics.

On My Mind:

How can I help my community and empower my people?

I Believe In:

Honestly, I believe in God. I believe that there is a God who loves everyone unconditionally, He just doesn't love what they do. I believe that His Son, Jesus Christ, died on the cross for my sins, and the sins of the entire world.