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Greg 1 year ago
#11 you're crying...over a bandaid? Rosa Parks was arrested back in the 50's because she fought against segregation by refusing to move to the back of the bus like a second class citizen. I'm preeetty sure the "struggle for equality" is over if a bandaid is the only thing you can find to feel repressed with.
       
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Elizabeth 1 year ago
Greg,

Yet they still want reparations even though none of them were ever enslaved in their life.

And the only form of systematic racism is affirmative action which benefits minorities and punishes white males.

Welcome to America. The land where I should be ashamed to be a straight white male.
       
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Pherbia 1 year ago
Greg,

Rosa Parks was already in the “black” section. The “white” section was full, and by law she was supposed to give up her seat to a white person. She didn’t refuse to move to the black section, she refused to give up her seat to a white person.
       
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salamoon 1 year ago
#27 thats nice, but Ive been sober my whole life.... and no one celebrates it.
i do get it, it is a thing for them, but sometimes it is weird that people do celebrate mistakes made by those people, even though they think they celebrate their strength to recover... wassat
       
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