The problem with this is a lot of how we observe recent culture is not always how it was nor are…
Trevor Bird

You have missed the entirety of the point and the fact that you are trying to even defend black face signifies that nothing productive will come from dialogue with you until you read several books.

  1. bell hooks’ Black Looks
  2. bell hooks’ Outlaw Culture
  3. Michelle Alexander’s New Jim Crow
  4. Anything by Frantz Fanon

Then, maybe you’ll have a proper foundation for commenting on this topic.

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