It’s a logical fallacy.

“No they are not aware to what happens to other to draw any comparative conclusion.”

Wrong. On average black people are more aware of what happens to white people than white people are aware of what happens to black people. Why is that so hard for white people to grasp? It’s beyond obvious in mixed groups once they start getting to know each other. And it’s not exactly mysterious why that would be, especially if you’re into logic and ready to make strong statements about race.

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