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Re: How can it be avoided
In Response To: How can it be avoided ()

I asked the question

"Can said opportunities be translated to privledges?"

Your response

Your assumption that pertains to black African gentrification or any other so-called social privilege in the West is flawed and "copping the white man supremacistís posture". As a Ras Tafari person you ought to know better as you have been educated in the ongoing destruction and exploitation of ALL Africans by western powers, cunningly so in Europe and Amerikkka.

Therefore, your assumption of African Immigrants reaping benefits or any privilege in the Amerikkkan soil, rings trivial to me. Personally, I solely moved to the U.S to enhance my relatives' economic status back home. With a bitter employment I succeed doing so, focused on a planning and investment, which might be positively affecting my people in the future.

How can you be so presumptious as to know what I assume?

With that said and since you are directly exposed to a white racist society can you elaborate on how you avoid falling into the Black skin/white mask syndrome*(again I have added the syndrome).

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