The Black Community

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There is no one "Black Community", so generalizations are just that: statistically observations that can apply to sets, but should not be applied to individuals, or all subsets. Still, Blacks have been taught to think they're an oppressed minority in the Country that gives them more civil rights and protections than any in the world. Often more rights than the majority groups in the country. (Hate crimes, affirmative action, etc., all only apply to some protected minorities and not the majorities). Here's some articles that sum up the problems.


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