I’m Afraid of Black People Reblog

Interesting insight


Yes, I am afraid of black people. I could be more technical and uses the term “African-American” or “American-Africa” but since everyone is so use to the term ‘black’ that there is no different in calling people from Africa ‘black’ anymore. Race is social reconstruct; it is what we learn that define it. Race is not real but as long as people believe it does, it has the capability and power to change the world. I didn’t come in contact with black people until I came to the US when I was nine. I had never heard of or seen one in real life before. I was born in Vietnam and where I lived was far away from tourist destination. I have seemed white people there before but as for black, never. So when I saw a black person in real life, I was scared. It is a human instinct…

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