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Reply to "People of Color' are All One? Latino Inmates in L.A. Don't Think So"

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Originally posted by Faheem:
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Originally posted by memyselfni:
since i have moved to LA. i have seen too many black people picking at mexicans. truth be told. the mexicans here work harder than the black people. and i think some black people are jealous of that.


I bet those Black folk they work harder than don't include you!!

Silly Negro men and women like Gregory Kane seeks to measure racism by way of violence. We see this same dynamic undertaken by white folk as well when they point out high Black criminality against white folk as a means of saying we are racist but like the white folk aformentioned Gregory Kane ignores the racism that put young Black men on the fast track to prison and criminal behavior. The sad part is nine out of ten of those Black and Latino men in prison are in there for crimes committed agaisnt one of their own, but now this gang unity they have inside makes them see the importance of race unity. Most of them probably could not see its importance until they got behind the wall. Furthermore, the need for a unified front on the outside is not determined or measured by the acts of men in Prison. While I don't buy into the whole people of color idea, I see a need for unity with latino men and women where there exist a shared problem in America beyond that unity amongst ourselves is far more important.



hello no they don't work harder than me. but they have the big houses and many cars and trucks in the drive way while i see black folks standing around trying to hustle or going to the welfare office to get GR. they give welfare to everybody here that eligible men and women. so some black people would rather settle for GR which is only $250 monthly. and they brag about that mess. i'm not saying that no blacks work. its just disappointing to see so many that don't work here in LA.
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