Basically. White folks got some nerve talmbout “you guys can’t separate yourselves it only helps the problem”. Like they wasn’t the ones who invented the segregation tip.
Lol I think it’s funny as hell that you guys are saying this with all black colleges black television channels ect. But a white sol legend student tries to create a white student group and he is called a nazi and could be expelled See you guys say that whites shouldn’t have things for themselves but then turn around and cry saying what do you mean we can’t do what we don’t want you to do. You racist
Historically Black colleges were created because the other colleges didn’t want Black students in their colleges.
BET and TVOne were created because the majority of the TV was catered to a Mainstream audience.
A White student creating a “White Student Group” don’t need to call it a “White” Student group because it will be assumed that Whites will be the majority of the group.
You don’t seem to understand basic concepts here.
The thing about White people is that they are the assumed majority regardless of what we’re talking about—walk into a non-historically PoC school (all of which were created because people of color, esp. Black people, WERE NOT ALLOWED to enroll in “White” colleges) and it’s going to be mostly White 99% of the time. Turn on the television to a non-ethnic or racial specific channel and 99% of the cast on any one of them is going to be White. News? White. Game shows? White. Talk shows? White. Going to the store? Majority stuff that caters to White people, maybe you’ll be lucky if they have an “ethnic” section with something you want.
We have to STATE that we are making something centric to ourselves, White people get that automatically with no questions asked or criticism posed by the mainstream audience because, wouldn’t you know, that’s dictated as White people too.
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