Should White People Say Nigga

First and foremost I respect everyone’s freedom of speech even if it’s used to say things I don’t agree with.

With that said there is a real spirit of white supremacy that exists in and around the world. Being black is something you can’t take off and put away when things get uncomfortable. It’s deep. It’s growing up in a country that tells you that you’re equal while looking down on you at the same time. It’s knowing that the country whom you pledge you’re allegiance to everyday is the same country that assassinated your leaders, raped and mutilated your matriarchy, and has intentionally sabotaged your people despite “emancipating” them. The War on Drugs still persist and it’s common knowledge that it’s a War On Brown people. We’re still followed around stores. We’re being shot in the street. We’re still being hung from trees. The list of human rights violations goes on and on and on forever.

To me growing up the only people I looked up to were and still are the people who care about my community. Rather they be white or black. The school teachers, civil rights activists, coaches, parents who gave other kids rides home, etc.

When I talk about the concept of fighting white supremacy I mean actively doing you’re best to understand and address it in your day to day livesnas-new-album-nassir-stream. If you’re an ally and you want to help the best way in my opinion is to socially ostracize and codemn racism in each of it’s constructs openly when ever it is encountered.

And for the record I’ve cut ties with black associates for expressing racism towards white people. To me I couldn’t look in a man’s eye if I sat around and entertained someone who spewed garbages about them when they weren’t around. That and I try my best to stand up for what I believe in. Justice is a scale.

In conclusion the only ally’s that I would probably ever be okay with saying nigga would never want to because they’re empathetic enough to understand.

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