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Nella C.
Attended Borough of Manhattan Community College
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so them producers eh see that girl with her pad showing to edit that in some kinda way
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Best US president ever!
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Learning this more and more everyday...
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Reblog if you aren't a racist.
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I can respect this video. I respect how you said some instead all, compared to the mountains of others I've watched recently that just bashes black women. Yes this generation of black women now have a lot of issues to deal with, especially because of media influence. The media doesnt show black gentlemen. They only show the thugs and convicts as really great lovers. So what would your 16yr old think? 

And the problem is vice versa. A lot of men choose to become thugs and ganstas and run women. They impregnate them and refuse care of their kids. 

Now as a community, this ghetto mentality, needs to be done away with. It's down right disgusting and self limiting. And each of us are to blame for it flourishing. How many times do we tell our brothers and sisters that they speak 'white', because they're speaking proper english? or that they act 'white' because they are exhibiting proper manners?

We all need to examine ourselves, change our mentality and work together to make the black community a better place. (sorry that this was so long)
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You made some good points but I don't think it has anything to do with the media influence. People are influenced by whats around them on a daily basis. So if I'm in a community were 70% of head of house hold is a woman as a young boy I'm going to think its not my responsibility to support myself or a family...that's the job of a woman. If I'm a little girl and I see a majority of woman dating and having babies with different men who are in and out of jail...then lets just say I'm not going to be very picky when I get older.

I disagree some what with being teased about using proper English and exhibiting proper manners. I think this was true 20 years ago but I notice today even ghetto people don't like being called ratchet, hood rat, or ghetto. And this is a good thing.

Lastly its 2015 black people cant use the blame game anymore. The fact is if you want an education, a job, your own place etc the only thing stopping you is yourself. Being a man is not how many times you been in and out of jail, how many baby mamas you got, how many guns you got, or how low you sang your pants. Its supporting your family and spending time with your kids. My people got a long way to go.
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You made some excellent points. I'm hate pointing fingers but if I can be honest then I'll say our people are the way they are because of our men. They, the leaders, have left their posts, and abundoned their responsibilities. As a result the community was, and still is vulnerable. That being said, it is all our responsibility, man and woman to pick up the pieces, and heal our community. 
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Way to avoid my point,and no we don't need to go back to the 1300s.Using your logic we shouldn't call Africa,Africa because it was named by white people.Its about what people choose to call themselves.Stop making it more than it is.There are much more serious issues that needs to be addressed!
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Smh! And I'm sure we women are the ones who impregnated ourselves. (Rolling my eyes) Are we to raise the kids by ourselves? Tell me, where does your role as a man come in? When are you going to take responsibility for abandoning your families and stop blaming us women for no raising the kids that you abodoned right? 
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+mark jones Sorry, I didn't bother reading that tired mess you wrote! All I know is you are the weakest race of men on the planet. How do you feel about that?  
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 You find those issues in all other races. The whites, italians, hispanics, they don't all have a great support system. This is more of an individual issue. I think that you should just pay more attention to the character of the person that you date.
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Why does this terrorist group still exist in 2014? Would the government and law enforcers allow any other terrorist to be in the usa?
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its a bigger plan behind everything
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I agree with this video. And yes please, continue waking up our black men. Too many of them are leaving their offsprings to be raised by just the mother or other men, and thus our kids are growing up without the proper guidance. Wake them up! And I'll do my best to wake some sisters so we can have better families and stronger communities
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I'm a vibrant, free-spirited, down to earth lady. I enjoy life and sometimes get excited just knowing that it's the best blessing ever. I have a great sense of humor. Sometimes I can be shy, sometimes I get bold and aggressive, sometimes i get wacky, sometimes wild.......lol I love watching anime. I'm a very kind, loving, and sometimes gentle person. I strongly believe that you should treat others the way that you'd like to be treated. It"s great to relax sometimes but I enjoy being on the go. I like meeting new people, going to new places and trying new things.

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