There’s so much pressure being Black in this country as we are born with the burden of representation. Often times being the only Black face in the room of white people we feel the pressure to “hold it down” for the rest of our people and in doing this we too often feel the pressure to debunk their unrealistic fears and stereotypes. 197 more words
This reblog tells the story of a liberal anti-racist white woman who took a foolish risk by initiating contact with two black teens. There are over 900 comments on the original site, many scolding her. Not for risking her safety, but for her "microaggression" against the teens. You see, she p*ssed off the black youths by intruding into their lives. What an unforgivable sin for liberals. "We have to stop judging people ..." MY A**. Judging people is a survival mechanism that helps keep us alive. Race realists have a mantra: "Avoid the groid. Around blacks, never relax." It's good advice. It takes into account probabilities of becoming a victim. Someone needs to mention the mantra to Ms. Tuohy before she ends up dead.