I Am Not A Victim: Real Talk About Racism In America

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“Whatever gods that may be, continue to Bless America.”

I am pretty sure this article will get me some negative feedback because I am the type of black MAN who does not feel like a victim in his country.

I am the type of black MAN who does not think every white person I talk with is a covert racist (and in all…

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I refuse to allow the negative people in life to tear me down. I will not be defeated by life, life will be defeated by my will to be happy.

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I refuse to allow the negative people in life to tear me down. I will not be defeated by life, life will be defeated by my will to be happy.

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