.George Zimmerman. :: .The New White.

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March 21st, 2012
11:59pm

Status Update:

There is a whisper growing that I want to address before it turns into a distortion of the Treyvon Martin case at hand. There will be people who tell you this is not about race because Zimmerman is Hispanic. Here’s what there is to know about how Black vs White plays out per the racial ambiguity of “Hispanic” people: Hispanic/Latino is an umbrella term for Spanish speaking people *from* South/Central/Caribbean/Latino American countries. It is important to know this distinction in order to understand that just because you were born in Argentina and speak Spanish, that doesn’t speak to your RACE or in some cases even: Nation. There are Hasidic Jew communities in Argentina, there are Chinese communities in Cuba, etc. Historically Latino/Hispanic people are largely *OF* African, European, and/or Native Indigenous descent. Some of us are more African than European (Sammy Sosa, Tego Calderon), some of us are more European (Marc Anthony, Fidel Castro), some are more Native Indigenous (Selma Hayak, Roberto Duran). And while racism in our “Latino” nations plays out differently than it does here in the US, it occurs there enough that YES amongst ourselves Latino people recognize there are White Latinos and Black Latinos.  Racism plays out to the effect even, that some of our darker Latinos go all out to deny we have Black Blood and some of our lighter ones go all out to deny we have White blood (thus there is hatred for each other, and there is self hate; much the same way we have here as a mixed race society). Zimmerman is a WHITE man, he is a WHITE Hispanic. Some will want to blanket this fact to say, he is a human, color doesnt matter.. well.. it did that night.. and Trayvon’s plight will not be subordinated to our discomfort with dealing with race! Zimmerman killed a black man because he was black. He is as good as a skin head or a kkk member, to, me!

The moment I found out vigilante killer George Zimmerman was “Hispanic” I foresaw an opportunity for reactionary apologists to dismiss the Trayvon Martin murder as one without racial implication.

Race is an uncomfortable issue in our societal discourses, as we’ve all been conditioned to reject racism as ‘un-american’. And because when people refuse to confront a reality, the result is an atmosphere of denial, denial is what I expected..  And despite an overwhelming recognition of his death being over the color of his skin, over the course of the past few days, denial, isn’t something I’ve been able to completely elude observation of.

For one thing, I am behooved to highlight that Treyvon Martin was murdered over NBA All-Star weekend. That was a month ago. Yet it is only within the past few days that we’ve seen an uproar over what is increasingly seeming to become American society’s worst nightmare: reminder that racism is not only still with us from out of peoples mouths, or individual actions.. but that it still permeates and plays out within the ranks of our trusted authorities in government and law; that it still dictates to us whose lives are valuable and whose lives are expendable; who we can expect will be afforded a status of privilege and who will be subordinated in our society.

Let’s not play this down to Zimmerman alone. The greater tragedy in all of this is THE STATE’s reluctance to take action; which speaks in overtones, to a justice system which still favors the interest of white middle and upper class communities over the lives of Black Americans. Had the roles been switched; had Zimmerman been a Black man and Treyvon Martin white, there is little doubt Zimmerman would be defending himself from behind bars.

Had Treyvon Martin’s family remained silent, like many families do; dejected to accepting the conclusion that hell, he in fact did happen to be in a neighborhoodhe wasn’t s.u.p.p.o.s.e.d to be in‘ (thus, there no reason to waste money on a lawyer for a case that would be thrown out… as many do); We wouldn’t be talking about Treyvon Martin today (AS WE FAR TOO FREQUENTLY IN THE FACE OF AN INNOCENT BLACK MURDER, ARE NOT SO MUCH AS AWARE ENOUGH TO!). Meaning, there would be a Trayvon tomorrow, and the day after, and we’d have no power to stop this tide of genocide which happens beneath the breath of the few fortunate African Americans who ‘make it’ and provide “land of the free” fodder for hypocritical rightists who spew racial epithets behind the wheel yet fold their hands with an arrogant brow against charges of racism.

If it weren’t for we, THE PEOPLE; Trayvon’s family; activists and ally lawmakers, everyday people on facebook and twitter (white, black, asian, latino) we wouldn’t be having this conversation. And some people rather prefer it that way! …The rest of us, for better or for worse kind of understand “it” to be what it is, and either avert to the latest on Snooki’s pregnancy, or scream out into the night, not with visions of grandeur as to what hollering and protesting might do (we know that tomorrow there will continue be Trayvon Martins; if you grew up in the ‘other America’ you know that!) but with an unwavering commitment to continue to fight; to resist, to insist, with our fists in the air or fingers on the keys, primed on reminding ourselves there is more work to be done.

Denial, doesn’t live here…

But it is still here. Reeking of a certain death in the room, that doesn’t so much point to the body of a 17 year old boy as it does the intention of police who stood over his body to take his killer’s alibi at face value without further investigation; their motion to test Trey’s body for drugs and leave it unclaimed for two days while the untested man who took his life (a convict with assault on a policeman to his record) walked free and till this day carries his gun; the continual refusal to arrest him despite tapes which show HE to be without a doubt the aggressor, the stalker, the initiator of a struggle documented on the audio of Martin’s girlfriend’s phone records to come in the midst of a conversation with a boyfriend she would later find went dead on the line for walking through a gated community with ice tea and skittles in hand. A death, which reeks of the first two officers on the scene being the same two officers present for a controversial shooting some years back, one with the same racial implications, yet without the same public backlash; a death reeking of a police captain whose son walked free following his attack on a homeless black man, until the story (it was recorded) went viral and as is the case today, the public demanded justice. This certain death, reeks a state governor who hasn’t said a word in the victims defense. Reeks even, of a fellow black man in all his influence in voice, with an authority vested by the millions of black people who put hope in him to if not turn this historical scenario around; to address it, at the highest rank in the universe… remaining relatively silent on a modern day lynching.

Denial, thwarts the integrity of even the most righteous of us in this, our nation of the ideal.

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Status Update:

The fact that the state has gone the extent they have to protect him, and the fact that the overwhelmingly white American community he did the bidding for in FL have been his collaborators invites us to consider that despite his ‘ethnic’ otherness, white Hispanics today can/are/will continue to pass and generate institutional racism. There was a time when Irish whites were not accepted by Anglo whites, same for Italians when they first came and many other ethnic white groups. But that’s precisely how “whiteness” came to formation… a communion of the various fractioned white groups into an identifiable hegemony. Their skin. <Bacon’s Rebellion. It is the specific moment in US history in which the elites recognized they could no longer relegate marginalized whites to the same status as blacks. And it is by all historical indications, the seminal moment in history marking the birth of the term “white”. Before Bacon’s Rebellion, white as a ‘race’ is not found in any historical journal or manuscript so much as identifying a “white” people within a nationhood context. In the same manner Irish Americans, Jewish Americans, Italian Americans attached to ‘whiteness’ then, white Hispanics in America attach to it now. And they look down on Mexicans for their indigenous pronounced features, etc. They are the new white

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It always smooths’ it’s way in does denial; prevents us from having the whole conversation. Keeps us from understanding and leaves us to approach dealing with future events, from a perspective which remain incomplete per the past. Different events, same circumstance; that’s where we’re at. Moving stuck.

Sensational moments in history have taken shape. We can reflect on them and determine that they’ve no doubt had an impactful influence on the world today. But racism is not a phenomenon which perpetuates itself in a vacuum; it’s not something we whether to the good or the bad, engage in some sort of social lab. It is a personal, social, institutional, material, spiritual, human condition we can for the most part challenge ourselves at a given moment to be accountable for; but cannot with a contemporary campaign of any nature eradicate.

And in order to check it we’ve got to be willing to identify it in balance and recognize the multiple prisms through which light on an event like the murder of Treyvon Martin, projects from.

Barack Obama’s election has for many ‘liberal’ whites even, symbolized generation towards a post racial society. When a Treyvon Martin is shot are liberal whites willing to re-assess and challenge the notion that the rise of a black man into a position of power *over a system whose mechanisms regulate the potential for post-racism* will bring change? And will whites in doing so, start by showing all cards?? Or will we revert to our privilege, give a tear and a few bucks, but plead five on what WE can do short and long term, in our everyday lives to transform the system?

There is a possibility George Zimmerman walks free, and the State will pose: on the grounds that he was not out of compliance with the neighborhood watch laws designed to give communities like Sanford, THE SOVEREIGNTY to police themselves. Will progressive blacks reflect on this and this time go beyond relying on promising politicians as usual, in a move towards designating THEIR OWN sovereign rights in the same vain: replacing the occupying force of municipal police with gun carrying citizens; ensure that if nothing comes of the death of Treyvon Martin in terms of justice for him and his family, that the very same institutional constraints on his ability to be afforded such.. be capitalized upon to represent justice on broader terms??

Ultimately, where our white citizens take it from here is a question for white citizens to answer. Where our black citizens go.. that’s a question for our black citizens.
And this isn’t something anybody needs to be told riiiight? This is something we already know?

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Status Update:

What is important to note against the many complexities of race ANYWHERE is that EVERYWHERE that there are African blooded descendants of slaves, there is a “social contract” against them. And what i mean by that is, regardless if it was the Irish who came and were called niggers they soon recognized Blacks at the bottom of a construct (hierarchy) which existed in terms of political/economic access. And so not to be the nigger any longer the Irish attached themselves/appeased to the white skinned folk who came before them. This is the same thing that happens whenever ANY group comes here, including Latinos (notice many who say they are “not black” listen to the context.. what they are saying is they are not “American Black”, and the way they conceptualize a distinction is by noting stereotypes. subconsciously though the intention is to prove to whites and non blacks that they have potential to be ‘better’ than that) people come here and automatically “know”. Even continental African immigrants come and assume that attitude. So when you refer to it as a kind of psychosis you are not kidding, it is so embedded in our culture it is in the air. And there is a reason for why this contract exists.. as i stated in an earlier post, the system (national and even global) that we live in today (material international market capitalism) evolves from direct beginnings with the exploitation of resources and enslavement of people in Africa. You can literally do research and you will find there is a class distinction between Africans who migrated around the world BEFORE the 1400’s (for them to have done that they practically had royalty and today even some of their descendants carry affluence) and African people who migrated here on their own AFTER the 1800’s (perhaps not as royal as the pre 1400 African migrants, but in many cases statesmen and their children or business people); in contrast to Africans who date their blood to the African slave trade (stripped of everything from language to record of existence, recognized as property, broken from family) a broken family is a big deal, it is to start over from scratch, a stripped name, you cannot follow it back to some inheritance in the old country. etc. And so African Americans of slave descendancy who began to own the name “negro” did so in and of itself as a notion of micro-nationhood.. to identify one another as those sort of ‘lost people’… it is not until waves of consciousness came along that blacks who identified as Negro began to question why they were doing it and resist that term, but there remains even today a double consciousness and youve heard everyone from the honorable Malcolm to Tupac allude to their people as Negro or Niggas. This same phenomenon happened in all of the Americas. My great-grandfather who is my grandmothers Black side, it is told to us “came from an orphanage” my great grandmother who just died last year and was white as an eastern European Slavic woman it is told to us had a grandfather who supervised a plantation (not in those words.. my grandma more like translated it this way: he would ride on a horse and manage over the farm). Here’s the whole negro matter in Latino context.. I can trace back and be clear that my great grandmothers side had some class distinction, had some kind of status. So far as my great grandfather it is very murky and perhaps because he strayed from his larger African family thus bringing little remnant of African culture in our home. He was the first light weight boxing champion of PR so him marrying a “white” Puerto Rican woman and having mixed little babies who knew nothing of such slang as “Mojeto or negrito” etc. not a big coincidence; surely most his friends were white Ricans who accepted him for his athletic status etc. But why didn’t they accept with that, his slang & other nuances that he hid and destroyed; didnt invite into my grandmothers tongue, etc? Because he was a “negro” and he knew it. To say that Zimmerman is “Hispanic” and to have that encompass the Treyvon Hernandez’s Treyvon Ortiz’s Treyvon Rivera’s of our lands, is a flawed analysis. I can actually put it much more easier for you: When I say there are white Hispanics and there are black Hispanics, you can be sure the Black Hispanics understand what i mean

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The morning after I posted a status to seed a discussion for not only Latinos, but for Blacks and Whites as well; an MSNBC guest analyst saw the need to remind it’s mass of viewers that “Zimmerman is Latino” and hear this: that “this is not a Black and White issue, this is a Black and Brown issue.”

I want us to reflect on what such a statement infers…

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My war is with George Zimmerman and every George Zimmerman at our barbecue; those of us who CHOOSE to distance ourselves from Black society and strive to ‘make it’ by attaching to whiteness.. It is our George Zimmerman’s who, in their quest for acceptance internalize a hatred for Blacks and overcompensate to the tragic ends we see in Treyvon Martin’s murder.

I’m pretty much exhausted at my attempt to explain how a ‘black_brown conflict’ perspective is objectively skewed. You can read my status updates for a holistic context around how so.

…But I will pose the following:
I identify as Brown because I embrace solidarity with my African heritage and blood; because my spirit embraces remembrance of the native indigenous ancestry of my lands.
And I will continue to be Brown, because of that. It is something I embraced the power to choose!

In all my light skinnedness (having been confused for everything from greek to arab)… It is not a CHOICE I have always made.
As much as it a choice, Treyvon Martin, never had…

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RIP little Brother.

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- Tr


11 responses to “.George Zimmerman. :: .The New White.

  • FL Mck

    Well Tone – You are quite the wordy brother but let us bring this back to cold hard facts of life. You have never had a successful nation, country, state, city, town, neighborhood or even a street for that matter. For the most part all “other” races run from you, move away and DO NOT assimilate with you. And you can forget having hispanics side with you, not gonna happen. You folks kill each other at muslims rates in slums & ghettos across America and it’s never world news. Race and ethnicity are separate things – no you don’t win this one.

    • Abb

      I’m pretty sure any race that suffers under 400+ years of conditioning and dehumanization implanted within a society who hates them would be without crime and turmoil.

      Shove it. Your comment is a contradiction. Do you stand for peace and justice? I think not. What you blatantly stand for is racism and because of people like you who have preconceived notions towards certain groups, situations like Martin’s happen. People like you are very quick to demonize a certain group without regards to why that condition exists and how to resolve their condition. You’re scum.

  • wondering....

    Just like billions of whiteys cant figure out what the hell Hawking is talking about….

    Likewise, your rant will have brothers the world over scratching their heads….

  • imhotep

    I hear you. The house latino’s vs the field latino’s. same thing in the black community. There are those who embrace everything the white man does and those who shy away from the exact same thing.

  • ScarlettOHara

    Clearly Zimmerman is not White. He is mixed-race– a mestizo– which means he is not White. Whites themselves do not accept Zimmerman as White. It is amazing to observe the desperate attempts that negroes, jews, and white liberals will make to convince the world that Zimmerman is indeed a “White man”. Unfortunately for you, wishing won’t make it so. In an ever-darkening world where White population is decreasing while non-whites of every stripe are increasing, you had better learn how to cope with the crime and violence that accompanies a gloriously diverse society (ha0 without reverting to irrelevant mid 20th century template. The world is not 1950s Mississippi anymore.

  • Tone .Are

    First allow me to address that I am not a “negro”, a “jew” or a “white liberal”. So there is nothing unfortunate for (me).

    Secondly, there was plenty of crime and violence in 1950’s Mississippi. It just wasn’t against Whites. And the crime and violence there typically WAS, for the most parts was unreported and if reported, rarely documented in a meaningful fashion, because it was acceptable in this society to spit at, assault, rape Black people.
    So I would ask myself why I find myself in a space where I’m rationalizing that violence is increasing (relative to 1950’s Mississipi) if I was you. Because then it might begin to make sense why you hold this view.

    Now that I have addressed those two points.
    Allow me to request that you consider first and foremost that the social categorization of peoples is not a FIXED reality but a relative one; one that can and has and will change depending on several factors. One of those factors are -power dynamics- between peoples in a society. Power dynamics help to define why groups form and why/what boundaries separate us and what dynamics bring us together.

    The reason I pose that Zimmerman is a White Latino is because although he might not be accepted by Whites (neither are Sicilians by some Whites) although not accepted by all whites as white; If Zimmerman see’s HIMSELF as white, or inversely, sees himself as a non-person of color; just doesn’t identify.. and in turn, while modeling that mentality and having it be supported by a network of white conservatives who espouse intolerance – goes out and reacts to his self hatred with violence against one of his own as a form of gatekeeping (policing his own to satisfy those who benefact his quality of life and keep him psychologically comfortable in the pleasantries of white privilege) THEN… he becomes just as much a risk of harm against Black and Brown people as Whites with disdain for “minorities” do.. in fact, he becomes MORE dangerous!
    And seeing how after the Zimmerman case, he has been protected by and supported *financially* *with access to premier legal and protection services; and supported by the discourse of the White Right. It becomes high time to weigh those factors with the insight that “White” is a social construct which invited Europeans to identify as unified ideologically (in terms of race), economically (in terms of race), and politically (in terms of race); and high time we consider that as a man with a White (((JUDGE))) for a father, and a Meztiso mother (with Spaniard/European blood); who killed a ‘lower class’, less exposed and less connected BLACK youth who fit stereotypes which provoke agression towards him from Whites…

    JUST might be afforded the kinds of support, and just might be internalizing the same kind of entitlement and privilege that White Europeans have… At the end of the day, just because he is a little shade of brown darker than Derek Jeter, DOES NOT MEAN, that he cannot internalize and project the same racist venom as a David Duke.
    ANd how do we hold him accountable for that???
    Well.. you go to the root of his anger (his affinity to overcompensate for his mixed race, and to appease to whites for the benefit of inclusion) WHILE going to the systemic root which perpetuates the problem; advocating for his right to have ‘defended the neighborhood’ and gunning down a perceived threat (which happened to be sauntering easily with skittles and iced tea) And naming it for what it is___ and their making him an iconic defender of that right.

    This all makes him, socially (in context of today’s constructs) a Latino White Supremacist. And foolish as that makes him, so long as he allows himself to be, and is designated to be a tool for violence against Browna nd Black People in the interest of taming or controling them; he is a White Latino. Working in the interests and favor of white folks and very proud to be the ONLY, or the FIRST or the most popular latino to carry a bigger load than he ever needed to, for the right to say he’s white.

    Hell.. im not claiming him! So good for him, he’s gotten what he wants. To be the Brown guy with a pistol fired at his feet throughout the workday or in the grocery store, etc. To be WHITE. And im not talking Sammy Sosa white.. (because THAT is lost..). No no.. George knows exactly where he is and can tell you how many fingers we’ve got up/. I’m talking fellow conspirator of genocide white. (these kinds of Latinos/Hispanics exist.. believe me! My uncle who I do not get along with and avoid like the plague (is of course Puerto Rican like me); and he conceptualizes black on black gun violence as a natural and positive “cleansing” he called it. Basically he has internalized and owns up to the whole “Arian Nation” contingent of Latinos. And his hair is so nappy i wouldnt be surprised if he’s snapped a few combs by no fault of his own.

    • ScarlettOHara

      Then ALL mestizos must have delusions of being white supremacists. Are you aware of the largest gang takedown in United States history? A Latino street gang waged a “racist” campaign to eliminate the city’s black residents through attempted murders and other crimes, according to federal racketeering indictments. Five indictments charged a total of 147 members and associates of the Varrio Hawaiian Gardens gang, and federal and local agencies arrested 63 of them. The indictment alleges a string of attacks on black residents, including a shooting into a home with eight people inside. In another instance, two gang members allegedly chased a black man, yelled a racist epithet at him and then beat him with a garden rake. The same man was later repeatedly stabbed by two gang members, according to the indictment, which charged them with his attempted murder. According to 2000 census data, the latest available, Hawaiian Gardens was roughly 73 percent Hispanic and 4 percent black. The gang members, with monikers such as “Slasher, Shady, Diablo and Menace,” boasted about being racist, referring to themselves as “The Hate Gang,” according to 193-page indictment that outlines the racketeering case. “VHG gang members have expressed a desire to rid the city of Hawaiian Gardens of all African Americans and have engaged in a systematic effort to achieve that result by perpetrating crimes” against them, the document states.These mestizos were engaging in “ethnic cleansing” or “racial genocide”.The indictments mark at least the second time in less than two years that federal authorities have accused Latino gang members of attacking black residents because of their race. Local officials have tried to downplay racial tensions to maintain the farce of “diversity is a strength” nonsense. Nothing to do with White people. Too bad for negroes that mestizos don’t take shit from them the way whitey does.

  • Tone .Are

    Yea because, you know, that 4% population of “negroes” must have put those 73% of “mestizos” through a whole lot of shit (smirk).

    I don’t buy what you’re getting at.
    For one thing, you are basing your point on statistics of federal indictments and not on the actual crimes committed. Black and Brown people are TRADITIONALLY rounded up in the wake of a spat of crimes, in ways which whites are not! So just because 147 Latinos were indicted in something determined criminal does not mean 147 are actually involved. They will round up the mother of 2 who was dating a member of the gang and perhaps identified with the group simply because her husband lived in the home and carried weapons there. Granted, you may feel that is in and of itself grounds for arrest.. but it isn’t when it is the wife of 2 children from an Italian mob member. No no no.. he is arrested ALONE, she is not rounded up with him. I can go on and on about this but I will not. That’s for a blog on the justice system.

    The fact that there is Brown on Brown or Black on Black violence to the degree there is and especially in the case of for example, Mexicans fighting Blacks for racist reasons, ALSO has to do with White Supremacy. Because there is a social contract against “the other” in the United States. Whenever a new group migrates in, whites may uphold institutional barriers for them but browns and blacks (because we bow to the institutional weight whites overwhelmingly hold over us, ourselves) often resort to territory wars, violence, xenophobia, etc It all reflects a conditioning that is in place and systemic and cultural here already. One thing that DOES NOT change, is the Black American (neegros) place in this atmosphere.. Hispanics Mid Easterners, Asians, etc, even AFRICANs from mainland Africa, have opportunity to transcend the odds they face in manners which Black Americans cannot because each of these groups come and quickly learn to identify Black Americans how the group before them did.. as a persona non grata of sorts, as a bottom barrel people plagued by dysfunction.. they discourage their children to socialize with them and they set up obstacles to having African Americans work with them toward social mobility. AND THEY DO THIS, in ways which they didn’t do in their old country. Black relations is not this way in Europe, Latin America, or even Asia in the way it is here. These people come here and ADAPT the conditioning here.

  • ScarlettOHara

    Whatever. Have fun blaming whitey for everything. Who will you blame in 20 years? As the population of the planet gets darker and dumber and less white, there won’t be any more white people to blame, but I’m sure the over-breeding colored hordes of the earth will continue to blame whitey as they attack each other and vie for a larger piece of the pie. Funny. All of you blacks, browns, yellows, reds, etc. will soon have your nightmare of co-existing together in a “peaceful, conflict free, war free, utopian planet, devoid of racism and the evil white man” (yeah, sure, haha). You fool you. Whitey is the glue that holds civilization together. Get real. It’s back to the jungle for all of you once whitey fades out. Enjoy.

  • Tone .Are

    And just to make a distinction from your statement about mestizos not “taking shit like whitey does.” That’s actually the crystalizing point where Hispanics joining into the equation of white privilege and the systematic extermination of Blacks and Brown (mestizos themselves) comes into question. 1) Im not afraid to call out institutional and legal policies which put Black and Brown people in danger or into the realm of injustice, as “systemic extermination”. 2) The whole point I make with this blog centers not only with Zimmerman’s actions, but with the fact that a certain right wing faction of White America, who support violence as a means of preservation/protection of their privilege over (their *supposed*), that faction is hoisting Zimmerman as a symbol in representation of their position on such laws as Stand Your Ground, which arbitrarily favor a) the sovereignty of white communities to police themselves in ways Black neighborhoods are not granted entitlement. b) Have a pattern of shady investigations into situations where Blacks are murdered in the name of these laws, and have failed to uphold the integrity of the law to prosecute situations where stand your ground is not valid! THE ZIMMERMAN CASE IS IN FACT ONE OF THE CASES WHERE reguardless of who struck first, Stand Your Ground is not a valid defense (because Zimmerman was the pursuant).

    Black on Black and Brown on Brown violence in America, while also has its roots in White SUpremacy and Capitalism (because something happened along the way from the relatively peaceful relations amongst blacks in 1940s and the year 2000); it is not a determinant in whether there are select Blacks or Hispanics who might qualify for inception into the social construct of Whiteness.
    A case like Zimmerman’s however, is. And maybe it’s weird to hear that argument. That is only because really and truly, it is the first time we are having a situation like it come to the national discourse. And there aren’t enough of us with an analytical lens on race who can bring it to discussion.

    Welcome to the discussion!

  • Tommy Roff

    50 years of Reparations are coming to an end. The days of govt paid cribs, food stamps, and SNAP for squirting out babies in fatherless homes is about over. Working people have finally had enough

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