Oh come on. :roll:
Can anyone really know what it's like to be someone...anyone else?
All one can do is try to be empathetic, be willing to listen, and then make an attempt to understand whatever is being conveyed at the time.
People can share experiences but even then view the same experience differently.
I don't think it's necessary to understand what it's like to be someone else.
IMO it's better to have an open mind, trying to accept and deal with each person on an individual basis.
So essentially you're telling tens of millions of black Americans to go back to Africa. What the hell is wrong with you? Do you have any shame at all?
Really, mainly white Christian, Puritan, and slave based.I actually have a better question:
Does it matter? This country is founded across a wide variety of people. We as citizens have a responsibility to make our communities/self a better place. If you fail to do that? It is your fault.
The don't snitch mentality that comes out of the worst neighborhoods in America, white or black, has fostered a major criminal element to take root. And the laws play right into those hands too. It is a joke. A sick joke.
And further dividing ourselves based on race is STUPID. You are an American. You aren't black or white.
What about a white person who has lived in mostly black areas? Is that equivalent to what black people experience? I'm guessing the BLM defenders haven't actually done that.