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Stop Saying 'People of Color'
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Posted By: NorthernDog, 5/26/2021 4:46:01 PM

This week, we're marking the one-year anniversary of the murder of George Floyd. His death at the hands of Minneapolis Police Officer Derek Chauvin—who has been convicted of two counts of murder and one of manslaughter—sparked a national conversation about racism in America. It's a conversation that's long overdue, that activists like us have been waiting for for too long. (Snip) Rather than exposing our struggle, it dilutes and erases it behind a broader and inaccurate class of victims. It's no wonder that the phrases "people of color" or even BIPOC in this context aggravates many Black people CORRECTION*


Word Police Alert. Just when you get the new term figured out, then it's deemed wrong.

*Byline corrected.

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Reply 1 - Posted by: Hermoine 5/26/2021 4:49:51 PM (No. 797533)
Quite saying you want "diversity" or "diverse representation" when you really mean you only want the Black perspective acknowledge and adhered to and even then, you mean Leftist Black perspective.
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Reply 2 - Posted by: Hermoine 5/26/2021 4:51:16 PM (No. 797535)
Sorry, QUIT, not quite! UGH!
8 people like this.

Reply 3 - Posted by: philsner 5/26/2021 4:51:34 PM (No. 797536)
Oh just shut it.
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Reply 4 - Posted by: navybrat 5/26/2021 5:00:52 PM (No. 797541)
What doesn't aggravate black people?
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Reply 5 - Posted by: Thos Weatherby 5/26/2021 5:01:12 PM (No. 797542)
And when you talk about colors in general, black is the Absence of all color. White is the inclusion of all colors. Is the Art World racist?
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Reply 6 - Posted by: Rotten in Denmark 5/26/2021 5:04:03 PM (No. 797544)
What if I’m not sure if you be black or brown or in between? Ok, non - white I guess works. 👍
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Reply 7 - Posted by: Rotten in Denmark 5/26/2021 5:05:00 PM (No. 797545)
Oops, sorry for emoji.
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Reply 8 - Posted by: Jubal 5/26/2021 5:05:07 PM (No. 797546)
No lessons from Newsweek on ANYTHING. Got it?
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Reply 9 - Posted by: LadyChurchillUSA 5/26/2021 5:11:53 PM (No. 797550)
How about stop saying "hero" when the man was a thug. I want to know if the family of the thug is going to share any of their ill gotten gains with the people who were his victims. You know the ones that he beat up and tried to rape. Why hasn't anyone had the courage to go and speak to those "victims"?
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Reply 10 - Posted by: lakerman1 5/26/2021 5:13:57 PM (No. 797551)
'People of color' was a term made popular by blacks, back in the 1990s. I had fun with it by asking black students if 'people of color' was offensive. The answer was always no. Then I would ask if it was offensive if I used the term 'colored people.' The answer was always YES. And I would say, are you just trying to confuse an old white guy?
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Reply 11 - Posted by: stablemoney 5/26/2021 5:16:00 PM (No. 797554)
Why can't people say negro, which is black in Spanish?
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Reply 12 - Posted by: Northcross 5/26/2021 5:19:53 PM (No. 797556)
If you are going to be kicked to the curb anyway, just use the n-word where there is no ambiguity as to who you mean.
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Reply 13 - Posted by: marbles 5/26/2021 5:29:51 PM (No. 797563)
Andrea " Plaid " , that is hilarious. I never use " person of color" because everyone is one I'm a beige with rosy undertones. Race is human construct? Just about everything is. The people of Namibia do not look like the people of Tokyo who do not look like the people of Iceland. Dalmatians don't look like St Bernards which certainly don't look like Chihuahuas. Ms Plaid, the Indians enslaved their own as did the tribes of Africa.AND it's still going on in the Sudan and other countries.
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Reply 14 - Posted by: Rama41 5/26/2021 5:48:26 PM (No. 797570)
"...sparked a national conversation about racism in America. It's a conversation that's long overdue, that activists like us have been waiting for for too long." It's not a national conversation when the entering argument is that 75,000,000 people who voted for Donald Trump are racists. Now that Democrat belief is weaponized against my grandkids in DoD schools overseas and against anyone who dare opposes BLM. And the undefined "systemic racism" has become a catch phrase to ensure all future black votes will be for Democrats.
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Reply 15 - Posted by: skacmar 5/26/2021 6:00:20 PM (No. 797581)
All that this article says to me is: Blacks are special, don't lump us with those Asians, Hispanics, Native American's, and other minorities who never had it as bad a us! Blacks are the ONLY ONES being persecuted and deserve special privileges, attention, and sympathy from everyone, no matter what, and we are never wrong! If you thing otherwise you are a racist bigot who hates Blacks and are a part of he problem. Now send more funding to to all of our organizations to be equitable and make sure you don't show your white privilege.
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Reply 16 - Posted by: EQKimball 5/26/2021 6:01:46 PM (No. 797584)
I would agree that it would be inaccurate and over-inclusive to associate Asians and people from the Indian subcontinent with a high crime rate. That distinction is so thoroughly dominated by one minority as to not require racial reference.
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Reply 17 - Posted by: GoodDeal 5/26/2021 6:21:27 PM (No. 797593)
Remember the Sunday school song…? Red and yellow black and white,,, all are precious in his sight… Jesus loves the little children of the world!
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Reply 18 - Posted by: bad-hair 5/26/2021 6:31:21 PM (No. 797600)
Apparently we are now to use the term "Critical Race Theorists" . I am beginning to think about a word that even this site won't allow. I am a person of color. Summer's coming and pink is a color.
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Reply 19 - Posted by: Geoman 5/26/2021 6:38:01 PM (No. 797603)
I find the use of the term really aggravating, since my paternal grandparents' birth certificates from the 1880s and 1890s both listed them as Free Persons of Color - or FPC, a hold-over term and acronym for Native Americans from the mid-1800s to differentiate them from those who were subject to slavery, depending on how much color they had, which was wholly dependent on the degree of white or black family intermarriage, something that was common to both Cherokees and Choctaws in MS and LA. Still, the FPC designation meant that you couldn't actually "own" the land your family had cleared and farmed. At any time, FPCs could be evicted if a white person wanted to take over their place. Ironically, my great grandfather and his brothers willingly joined the Confederate Army early in the Civil War. His reasoning was that the cavalry soldiers who came upon their farm in the western LA "no man's land," treated them politely and asked kindly if he and his brothers over 16 would consent to joining one of the Louisianna regiments forming near Baton Rouge. Since he said that was the first time a white man had actually asked him to do something, he felt obliged to comply, so five joined and only one came back alive. Anti-American immigrants, like AOC, Tlaib, and Omar like to toss the FPC term around in their racist circles but they have no idea of its provenance or the cost to the first Americans who were labeled as such.
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Reply 20 - Posted by: JrSample 5/26/2021 6:38:38 PM (No. 797604)
The term in the 1970s was not ''people of color'' it was ''colored people'' as in ''National Association for the Advancement of Colored People''. The two writers of this article are probably not even old enough to know what was going on in the 1960s and 1970s. I also remember hipster smart aleckS saying ''what color are they?'' whenever a well meaning elderly person would innocently use the term. Then, they would be correct them with ''you mean BLACK''.
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Reply 21 - Posted by: kono 5/26/2021 6:43:05 PM (No. 797607)
Some black standup comic back in the 1990s humorously mused that calling blacks "colored" is misleading, since their skin basically just gets a little darker after a day at the beach, while caucasians' skin turns various shades of brown when suntanned, pink or red when sunburned, blue in the cold, white when frightened, or blue, purple, and yellow when bruised. So the latter should be the ones called "people of color".
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Reply 22 - Posted by: kono 5/26/2021 6:43:54 PM (No. 797608)
And #5 is partly true. In pigments (like paint) the combination of all colors is black. In light (like computer displays) the combination of all colors is white.
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Reply 23 - Posted by: udanja99 5/26/2021 6:50:11 PM (No. 797616)
#5 and #22 are both right. Try getting a rainbow using a prism in a dark room. So it’s not just art, it’s science too.
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Reply 24 - Posted by: coyote 5/26/2021 7:02:23 PM (No. 797626)
George Floyd's death did not spark a national conversation, it sparked arson, looting, and assaults. But, sure, black and white labels are good enough for me.
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Reply 25 - Posted by: Ruhn 5/26/2021 7:06:34 PM (No. 797629)
Stop Saying 'People of Color' When You Mean Black Stop writing ‘Black’ when you mean black. Stop saying black when you mean negro. Here’s a thought: stop dwelling on what deliberately divides us and find what unites us. Look for the unique in every individual. We are ALL made in the image of God. “Above all things, remember our humanity.” - Albert Einstein
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Reply 26 - Posted by: cold porridge 5/26/2021 7:11:43 PM (No. 797633)
They didn't like the "n-word" so they wanted to called "colored" until they didn't. Then they wanted to be called Afro-American so we switched. Then they wanted to be called black. So we switched. Since they can't make up their mind, and most crimes are committed by them, and they are much more racist that whites, I'm thinking of just giving up and going with nigra.
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Reply 27 - Posted by: Lawsy0 5/26/2021 7:16:09 PM (No. 797636)
When I asked them ''What is a national conversation about racism in America?'' ''Shut up!'' they explained.
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Reply 28 - Posted by: bobn.t 5/26/2021 7:29:05 PM (No. 797645)
Black is a color. Negro is a race. Say what you mean.
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Reply 29 - Posted by: Jennie C. 5/26/2021 7:39:08 PM (No. 797648)
This seems like a lot of gobbledigook to me
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Reply 30 - Posted by: skacmar 5/26/2021 7:41:44 PM (No. 797650)
Here is an idea. Stop dwelling on your skin color and blaming it for everything! In some cases, being black skinned is a hinderance due to racism of others. To other blacks, the only hinderance due to their skin color is the black person's chip on their shoulder or their own negative "black attitude" towards others where no negative attitude is necessary or needed. Many black people are their own worst enemy and perpetuating their own problems by magnifying problems that do not exist or are very small and could be easily addressed but are painted with a wide brush as being a systemic problem. Stop it! Things will not get better for blacks until they feel better about themselves and stop blaming others for their own self inflicted wounds.
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Reply 31 - Posted by: Faithfully 5/26/2021 8:18:19 PM (No. 797663)
To my mind Black people are soon from Africa or the Caribbean, Colored people are native Americans with a history here..
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Reply 32 - Posted by: janjan 5/26/2021 8:38:32 PM (No. 797671)
Glad to see the grievance industry is alive and well. Maybe, if I say ‘people of color’ that’s exactly what I mean and I don’t mean ‘black’. The vast majority do not spend their days figuring out new ways to appease 12%. The 12% spend most of their days finding new ways to be offended. Leave me alone.
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Reply 33 - Posted by: bpl40 5/26/2021 8:57:32 PM (No. 797676)
First of all it was NOT a murder. Secondly, many people use 'persons of color' to avoid using the word black. Perhaps they mean the n word. Don't know.
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Reply 34 - Posted by: PCMM 5/26/2021 9:02:42 PM (No. 797677)
#4 Burning wypipo alive. Research it. Get this into your head everyone: Black Americans hate ALL wypipo. Your personal liberalism or religious views can’t change reality. The cause? Pure, unadulterated jealousy.
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Reply 35 - Posted by: enemyofthestate 5/26/2021 9:33:18 PM (No. 797695)
Yeah.... stop saying "people of color" and replace with the n-word.
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Reply 36 - Posted by: subal 5/26/2021 10:06:37 PM (No. 797707)
Horse pucky!
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Reply 37 - Posted by: rytwng 5/26/2021 10:22:07 PM (No. 797710)
George killed himself.
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Reply 38 - Posted by: bobn.t 5/26/2021 11:22:40 PM (No. 797735)
As I have said for many years, "The problem with black America is "black America""
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Reply 39 - Posted by: ColonialAmerican1623 5/27/2021 12:44:33 AM (No. 797758)
Why can't I call him a criminal and druggie ?
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Reply 40 - Posted by: Trigger2 5/27/2021 12:53:26 AM (No. 797762)
The demonrats love to spout glorification of Floyd, who was a criminal felon and who just attempted to pass phony money on a store clerk. What did the SS do about that one? Nothing, it seems.
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One of Iran’s largest warships caught fire and sank Wednesday in the Gulf of Oman during a “training mission”—as a series of mysterious explosions have targeted commercial vessels in the sensitive region since 2019. The British-built Kharg, which measured more than 650 feet long, erupted into flames Tuesday off the strategic port of Jask, Reuters reported. The ship was in “domestic waters” during “a training mission,” said the navy’s head of public relations, Behzad Jahanian, according to Iran’s Tasnim news agency. No further details were given and Jahanian said the cause of the blaze was “still not clear.” After an unsuccessful rescue mission,
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