The Banality of Black Death
Eli Langley

There seems to be a common culture among African-Americans that “I feel under-privileged, so I’m going to dress, talk, and act outside of social norms (to the point of violence) to demonstrate my frustrations and feelings of separation. Once I have your fear and attention, I dare you to not ignore me”. Then there is surprise and outrage that the counter-prevailing culture reacts in a predictable manner.

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