What if:
Antonio D'souza
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“you were dragged against your will to somebody’s house and made to work for free for years and then eventually allowed to live there?”

I am not sure how that is relevant. Most peoples of all colours suffered terrible oppression and abuse at some point in their history; but what you are talking about (trans Atlantic slavery) was abolished a century and a half ago.

There is nobody living in America today who was dragged there against their will; so what has this got to do with the conversation? I don’t use the oppression that my people suffered 60 years ago to claim that I am some kind of victim and demand some kind of special consideration. What gives you the right?