Reply to "‘Canada’s Black Guy’ has a message for black Americans"

GoodMan posted:

I would move to Canada if Toronto wasn't expensive as hell.

 

There's really no benefit to being an American. 

 

But then USA got amazing free speech laws and Canadians are always banning crap. 

I'm not sure.  

I think it's about the same for Black people anywhere on this planet; it is the majority of Black people who don't seem to know this fact;  it really only boils down to where a Black person is least likely to get harassed, brutalized and murdered, because the truth is, anywhere Black people are or go on this planet, there are people who are racist against, and hate Black people.  

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