What a fun-looking quiz! I’ll be brave.
- No, I know of several.
Booker T. Washingon, Frederick Douglas, Thomas Sowell, Snoop Dogg, Tupac Shakur, Malcom X, Al Sharpton, Jesse Jackson and Barack Obama off the top of my head. Plus I don’t really go around quoting MLK.
- No, see above.
- No. I’ve never called a WoC “mother of the year.”
- Woman of Color?
- I’m not sure what you mean by that, but I don’t call them thugs, I just call them blacks (or “dindu nuffins” if I want to be funny) so I guess that’s a “no.”
- No, I don’t recall ever doing that. Besides, there’s still quite a bit of slavery still going on in parts of Africa and in Pakistan and other places so it’s far from over.
- No, I don’t really bring her up in any discussion. Maybe in a conversation about television.
- I don’t understand what you mean by that.
- No, I think black culture is s***.
- No. Kinda specific, but I never called for an end to violence at all because I don’t want to waste my breath.
- Yes, I have. I’m not sure what that has to do with race, but I guess you’re the expert here.
- I don’t…what? Uh…no…
- No, black people and their violent natures are the cause of the unrest and the riots.
- No, that’s overdone.
- No, black violence against police officers is a pervasive problem.
- No, colorblindness is a disability whether you are talking about actual colorblindness or race denial.
- No, I don’t have any black friends.
- No, see above.
That was fun, but some of the questions could use some clarification — especially the one about Obama being black and historical whatever.
1 ain’t bad. White Privilege, eh? I don’t know how somebody can ‘suffer’ from privilege. It sounds like a good thing to have.