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Stop Saying That Black People Use The “Race Card”

Why is our oppression a “card?”

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I got pissed the other day.

I listened to a podcast by TMZ. They talked about Kanye West. It’s been trending all over Twitter.

To keep it short, Kanye is airing Kim Kardashian’s dirty laundry online because of their divorce. During that online rant, Kanye mentioned how the…




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