Dating successful black man
The “stone soup” analogy fits here: independently, we will starve; blending our ingredients together, we will all be nourished.
Therefore, the “enemy” (if you subscribe to that language) is not just white and male; the real enemy is anyone who has adopted and perpetuated the attitudes from colonial culture that exclude “the other” for more selfish opportunities.
So in the end, would I be justified shooting a blonde for flinging her hair at me? Is a white man justified for killing a black kid who’s music was too loud?
To attract successful men, you may need more than just physical beauty.
The history of missed opportunities for people of color, is part of the fabric of what this nation comes from and goes right back to the beginning.
The best example is how the founding fathers of the United States had the opportunity in early drafts of the Declaration of Independence to significantly alter the prevalence and conversation around slavery in the fledgling country (see full text HERE).
Praised by most progressives, there is also backlash from predominantly white groups who feel this is too narrow a focus for a US president and also some from women’s activist groups who feel there is already too much focus on outcomes for men.— Scenario 1: Hair There and Everywhere A white woman was shot to death this morning after an altercation with a black man at a lunch counter.“She kept hitting me with her long hair when she tossed it” theman said as he was led away in handcuffs “They’re always tossing their hair, never minding who it hits and where if flies…and this one had one of those whiny, whiny voices and played with her food like a two year old…it was too much, I just snapped.” This actually happened inside my head last weekend when I was having lunch in Los Angeles.I feel helpless” I have had several recent interactions like this with white men where they ask or say something to the effect of “can I do anything right? I read a lot of blogs and online content and often when a piece involves statements about colonialism or inequality and race, there is increasing backlash in the comments from white men who feel vilified and targeted as being the source of all cultural ills.President Obama is poised to launch the “My Brother’s Keeper” Initiative.
As a nation, we have never before faced a critical mass of empowered people of color and marginalized populations who were not so much asking for change in the cultural narrative about equality as they are now making the change.