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Re: Racism in Creek Nation-Tiger Family
In Response To: Racism in Creek Nation-Tiger Family ()
Unfortunately, due to the extreme brain-washing that has taken place in this country, unless you look 100% white or Native, if your family is known to have some ancestors who were slaves in America, you are not allowed to be anything, but black or African. It appears that people who inter-married with Africans and their known descendents are considered unworthy of remembrance. So if you are a known descedent of American slaves or you marry one, you lose your right to your complete heritage, the right to be an equal, valid person and the right to fair treatment. I believe there is a God and He will judge this racist behavior. One human being does not have the right to deny another human being their right to: freedom, security, heritage, proper education, proper employment, proper housing. This is equivalent to the white 'friends' I had back in high school, who insisted on dating non-white men without using protection. When these women became pregnant, the baby was aborted simply because it was not all white. Isn't it funny how one group can cry like a baby about being oppressed, then turn around and oppress another group? Peace!
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