There's a narrative that's becoming quite popular which argues that people of color, and especially black people, are oppressed in our modern, western society. While it's absolutely true that there are many problems facing black commuties across the country (unemployment, crime, lack of education, fatherlessness), this video discusses whether external oppression or internal cultural issues are to blame.
@sonu Thanks for bringing up those points.
(cont.) Can't ignore that America's past with Racial injustice still rears it's ugly head. While some will roll their eyes a just say it's the past we still see instances of these sins repeating themselves. As some of your members above stated that there are many ways African-Americans are treated differently when it comes to the criminal justice system and in other ways. Some of the issue of why this is so complicated is that while the facts have truth so are people's experiences. I apologize if I failed to make this clear.
Crap, I did it again... ugh Anyway , while I do agree with some of your points on privilage of Black Americans( as all Americans do have privilage) the issue of racial oppression isnt as simple(no pun intended)as black & white. I'm having a hard time articulating my thoughts but, as Black American who grew up in a working middle class community I can say that I've seen both sides of the coin of privilage/oppression. While the Black Community has had its many successes and has work to do within it's community we can'
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Roaming, I enjoy your channel greatly. Unfortunately I was taken back by this video.