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I wish they brought in more of a spectrum like newer ages from say teens to adults , and have people who are proud of their culture would have been more intriguing rather than some people who’d rather bring up other cultures to get discussion over white culture off their back. it’s a shame how much people don’t take pride and are proud in their culture because of the events done by other people.
People in America have zero problems.They live in a bubble, all they worry about is being politicaly correct...its just sad seeing white people feel ashame for their roots.I am Greek and white, i do have a culture, greek people have been slaved and mistreat, i respect and embrace my roots, i know my history and love my culture.There's nothung wrong with that.
as a salvadorian mestizo,I wanna smack the white guilt out of that "Irish" guy and that Faith girl, they're both so annoying. yes,white people have culture and common experiences, in the same way blacks do, and yes white people can experience racism
Im mixed and my connection with black culture decreases as I spend more time with
White friends. Also, my mom is Haitian and never assimilated to Black American culture. So saying the nword is weird for me, though it does pop out from anger. I also try to be careful with what i say about black culture because i look dominician. It can be taken the wrong way.
Yes, people can be racist towards white people.
If a black father doesn’t want their daughter to marry a white person simply because the man is white, (let’s assume the daughter is straight) it is racist!
If you disagree, let’s change the roles a bit.
If a white father doesn’t want their daughter to marry a black person simply because the man is black, (let’s assume the daughter is straight, again.) it is racist!
There’s a part that I don’t understand about racism. For example: a lot of people from any race say: “People of color shouldn’t be discriminated.” But by saying ‘people of color’ you refer to every skincolor apart from white. I find that saying POC is also racist. Im not saying everyone that uses the term POC is racist, but it is so normalized these days.
I feel like they all should've strongly agreed to being proud of being white. There's absolutely nothing wrong with loving who you are or what skin color you have. Being proud of your skin or just who you are in general, is just another way of saying that you love yourself. Your not putting anyone down by loving that you're white. Idk I mean I just don't like the fact that someone does/has to feel guilty for being born the way they were 🤷🤷... I hope I didn't offend anyone with my comment.
Did you know that extremely traumatic experiences can effect your genes? I forget what exactly, but I believe that there is scientific research to show that the traumatized genes can be passed down, so if your great great grandad was... say, I slacked, that would genetically effect you as well. So the thing about anger being passed down through black people from the trama they insured is pretty well backed up.
I think americans focus way to much on race at this point. I live in germany and in my friend groups, there are generally people from all cultures and we cook together, talk about life and politics at home. But it's never as heavy as in america.
The only race-problem I experience are the asylum seekers. The male immigrants have literally changed where I can walk in my very safe city, they come up and talk to me, try to touch me and don't accept multiple clear "No"s. Men are constantly bombarded with questions of whether they want to buy drugs. Every second day in the news is another immigrant who raped an animal, gangraped a woman or killed someone.
This is sadly fueling racism, especially since we don't have many black people around, that aren't immigrants. I guess also the immigrants that can actually behave themselves aren't noticed as much. The violence as well as the racism saddens me.
Why are modern white people brought up into 99% of the American past anyways
Most of us came from immigrants from the late 1800’s to the early-mid 1900’s
We had nothing to do with our land ancestors past. My family is right from Ireland and Italy. My family suffered their entire lives, yet because they are white, that means they can’t say “hey my life sucks too?”
i wouldn't exactly call myself 'proud to be white'. i don't think proud is the right word. but i do feel very glad that i was raised in a swedish household because it let me become bilingual which has really helped in learning other languages, and i've learned to connect with the culture as well. i don't feel proud of what some white people or ancestral swedish people have done, but i am glad that i have something else to identify myself by and own it.
When they're talking about being "white" they really mean being American. I'm Irish and I'm also white, someone from Europe is white, someone from the U.K. Is white, and so on and so forth. I felt like they weren't considering all white people, just Americans. Didn't seem fair to me
this makes me feel bad like this shouldn’t even be a thing yes it’s great that white people can recognize the past and everything but we shouldn’t make them feel bad for being white cause just like us they didn’t ask to be born in the skin they are in and making them feel bad is no better than their past ancestors
That whole thing was hard to watch.. Not one well developed thought. You need to get older people into this as well. People who've seen the world outside of simple academic pursuits or their one horse towns.
I’m proud to be me but, I am not proud to be white. My skin color doesn’t define me, it doesn’t define what I have accomplished and conquered in life. However, if someone were to say, “I’m proud to be black”, that could mean that they are proud to have overcome oppression from society or, something along those lines. For me, there’s no deeper meaning / underlying feelings of my skin color.
Let be real I’m mixed with white but if you look at me you can’t tell. And I get treated so different than my friends for example I don’t see no body asking a white person for a green card which had happen to me more than once which is crazy cause I’m half white also I was born here 🤦🏽♀️ but like most people they just look at your skin or face and think they know you. But whatever
As an Asian, I’m actually quite sorry to see these white people feel so guilty about being born white. And no, it’s not because I’m one of those Asians who “admires” white people—I was born and raised in Canada, and have been around white people all my life.
I dislike all this hatred and pressure on white people to be sorry for what their people have done in the past. But at the same time, such acknowledgement of atrocities is important, especially because there are still a lot of racist, sexist, homophobic etc white people today. But I don’t think you can limit one race to believing they are evil and don’t deserve to be happy or proud.
Everyone thinks differently. I'm Mexican and don't think the same as other Mexicans. Why the white guilt? Everyone should be proud of who they are. Culture makes a country and that includes white-majority countries.
2:55 just so this lady knows what the definition is rac·ism
Dictionary result for racism
prejudice, discrimination, or antagonism directed against someone of a different race based on the belief that one's own race is superior.
The thing about cultural appropriation is real, i dont really understands what that means but if they were talking about the costumes and dresses and stuff, I honestly wouldn’t find that offensive at all. If a japanese person dressed up as George Washington I wouldn’t be offended
This is ridiculous. theirs no such thing as reverse racism. it’s racism no matter what race. plus some of these people are completely wrong. plus white people cant say the N word but black people can say cracker. the N word means ignorante look it up in the dictionary. plus no one knows if they came from slaves or if we we came from slave owners. no white people don’t live privileged because I seen black people with more privilege plus I’m definitely not privileged. this video is horrible and wrong.
I clicked purely because I wanted to know if they were going to be racist. The stereotype ambushed me. I'm sorry. Something tells me I'm not the only one.
Also, *NO ONE* deserves to be treated in a racist way, period. These European Americans are *NOT* to be held accountable for what their ancestors _possibly_ have done (since we don't know if their historical blood relatives contributed to it).
there is no such thing as reverse racism. You being told that you can't dance or called a starbucks loving ugg wearing girl is harmless. But you being targeted by police, followed in stores and not hired at jobs because of your skin color is QUITE harmful
Personally I would be on the agree line on the "I am proud to be white". I don't think about it as "I am a proud white person" I think of it as the exact phrase they asked it in. I am proud of who I am. My skin colour is who I am. I have a blue undertone to my white skin. That is also apart of me. My skin is a unique feature of who I am just like who my eyes are apart of who I am, just like how my lip shapd is apart of who I am, and just like my how my hair colour is apart of who I am. No, I am not proud of the history the white skin is known for but that is all in the past. This is a new era where we have learned from mistakes and are better educated. Also the white skin colour is not a culture so no white people don't have a culture, but I am Ukrainian, and Ukrainians have a culture, therefore I, a white person, have a culture.
Bro the girl in the black jacket dont understand bro like where she even from likr just having freinds making fun or making a joke bout yo race ain't the same as getting bully like what's her hood where she from like tf
The ginger guy with the beard had a very off putting way of dealing with those who have opposing thoughts, but I did admire his passion and felt he was correct in most of his points. However, it's important to demonstrate as much poise when discussing such incredibly sensitive topics such as the racial divide in America.
On the “I’m proud to be white” question, I will like to say, my ancestors do not define my qualities in my character. (I know I might be late) (I’m not white, but I like defending them from time to time.)
I wish I could have been on this. I can't stand white guilt and would have put up some solid points. I love all races. I don't don't dislike a person for what they look like. You get what you give when it comes to me. And Im proud to be what I was born as? How dare anyone tell me not to be proud of who I am. And if I was born black, asian, hispanic, guess what? I'd still be proud. I should not have to feel the guilt for the sins of my ancestors. I should be able to say I'm proud to be White. Im proud to be a woman. And Im proud to be an American.
+Chans babygirl Yeah I kinda a get from where your coming from. im irish and live in Ireland and many of our ancestors fled from here to escape to america to escape oppression at the hands of a foreign government. When you say white people your generalizing every white person under that umbrella. If you dont mind me asking are you spanish descent or aztec descent?
+Joseph White whenever i say white ppl i mean from America in general. idk if you get me but i dont mean it towards other whites yk?? like if youre just from america and youre just white like not british or Irish or anything thats what i mean by white yk??
What about Abraham Lincoln who started the US Civil War to help end slavery? What about John Brown, the white man who was an abolitionist doing everything in his power to end slavery, and putting himself before others? These men helped slaves become free. Why don’t white people get any recognition? 😐
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