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Racism, in its many varieties, has been part and parcel of the human condition since the dawn of time. One of those varieties is black racism, which, as it currently exists in the United States, is rooted in the notion that African Americans are justified in hating (or even harming) white people as a form of reprisal for the latter’s historical, and continuing, transgressions against blacks. By the left’s reckoning,however, this hatreddoes notmerit classification as racism;rather, even blacks who express the most vicious racial hatred imaginable whether in word or deed are viewed not as racists but as agents ofretributive justice against their white tormenters.

Among the notable leftists who share theperspective that blacks cannot be racists are the Reverend Joseph Lowery, film director Spike Lee, author Joel Kovel, lecturer/activist Paula Rothenberg, rap singer Sister Souljah, the anti-racist essayist Tim Wise, and scholar Coramae Richey Mann. Mann, for her part, contends that because blacks lack institutional power, it is definitionally impossible for [them] to be identified as racist.

Sociologist and economist Thomas Sowell addresses this notion that racism is an exclusively white trait:

A more tendentious definition of racism …emerged in the late twentieth centuryto exempt racial minorities themselves from the charge. Racism was now said to require power, which minorities do not have, so that even the most anti-white, anti-Jewish, or anti-Asian sentiments … were automatically exempt from the charge of racism. No such priviso thatpower was required for racism ever existed before. That this new and self-serving escape hatch remained largely unchallenged has been one index of the level of moral intimidation surrounding racial issues…. In the ordinary sense of the word, minorities of all colors have shown themselves capable of as vicious racism is anybody else, whether in or out of power. The hostility, boycotts, or violence of African ancestry people against people from India has been common from Kenya to South Africa, as well as in Jamaica and Guiana. Such behavior differs in no essential way from the behavior labeled ‘racism’ when it is the African-ancestry population being abused by people of European ancestry.

If one were to acceptthe notion that racism cannot exist without power to oppress, onewould also need tobelieve that a virtually impotent organization like the Ku Klux Klan is not racist clearly an untenable position. Held in contempt by most white Americans, the Klan today is virtually defunct. Close to bankruptcy, this group which once boasted millions of members and wielded significant political power, now has no established alliances with mainstream white leaders or organizations, and has no more than 4,000 members nationwide.No Klansmen can be found among newspaper editors, legislators, district judges, or the directors of major corporations. And contemporary Klan leaders are capable of attracting only a handful of white racists to their meetings.

A prominent exponent of black racism in recent decades has been Nation of Islam leaderLouis Farrakhan,who has a long, well-documented history of referring to whites and Jews as “devils,” “bloodsuckers,” vicious beasts, and the skunks of the planet.

Farrakhan protege Malik Zulu Shabazz, leader of the New Black Panther Party, commonly refers to blacks as “God’s chosen people” and shouts Black power! during his speeches. Even as he denounces what he perceives to be the scourge of white supremacy, Shabazz embraces his own philosophy of racial superiority– essentiallya mirror image of the worldview he ascribes to the legions of racist whites purportedlydotting the American landscape. Said Shabazz on one occasion: Mendel, the German scientist teaches us thatdarkgenes are dominant and light genes are recessive. Black Power!” At an April 2002 protest in Washington, DC, Shabazz thundered: “Kill every goddamn Zionist in Israel! Goddamn little babies, goddamn old ladies! Blow up Zionist supermarkets!”

Another high-profile black racist iscivil-rights activist Al Sharpton, who, in the late 1980s,knowingly abetted a 15-year-old black girl infalsely charging that a mysterious gang of white racists had abducted and gang-raped her. A few years after that, Sharpton helped foment some of the ugliest anti-Semitic riots in living memorywhen he falsely depicted a Brooklyn, New York car accident (in whicha 7-year-old black child had been killed) as a racially tinged homicide perpetrated by a Hasidic Jew. In 1995Sharpton orchestrated a grotesque (and ultimately deadly) boycott against a Jewish-owned clothing shopin Harlem, New York, where a throng of black picketers under the watchful, approving eye of Sharpton shriekedthat a cabal of greedy Jew bastards and white crackers had been mistreating them. And Sharpton once lavished an audience of students and professors at New Jersey’s Kean College withreferences to white “crackers” and “Greek homos”who, from a historical perspective, were still in the caves [of Europe] while we [black Africans] was building empires and developing philosophy and astrology and mathematics.

Charles Barron is a black nationalist andDemocraticcouncilman from Brooklyn, New York. A onetime member of the Black Panther Party, he makes no secret of his contempt for white people. In August 2002, while speaking before a crowd at the Millions for Reparations March in Washington, DC, Barron made the case for a Democrat-sponsored billmandating reparations for black slavery in the following terms: “I want to go up to the closest white person and say: ‘You can’t understand this, it’s a black thing’ and then slap him, just for my mental health.

The late black poet and professor Amiri Baraka asserted that blacks are justified in robbing or even killing whites, because the latter “already stole” everything from the former. “[The white man] owes you anything you want,” wrote Baraka, “even his life. All the stores will open if you say the magic words. The magic words are: Up against the wall mother f—er this is a stick up! Let’s get together and kill him my man.” In another poem, Baraka wrote: “Rape the white girls. Rape their fathers. Cut the mothers’ throats.” Claiming that blacks and whites could not possibly coexist in peace, Baraka once said, “We [blacks] must eliminate the white man before we can draw a free breath on this planet.” When a white woman asked Baraka what whites could do to help the black cause, he replied, “You can help by dying. You are a cancer. You can help the world’s people with your death.”

In addition to its contempt for white people, another facet of black racism is its intoleranceof opposing viewpoints. Black leftists routinely excoriate black conservativesas race traitors, house slaves, Oreos, Uncle Toms, and worse.

A case can also be made for the suggestion that black racism is manifest in the high black-on-white crime rates that currently exist in the United States.Each year, nearly 770,000 violent interracial crimes involving blacks and whites occur nationwide. In at least 85 percent of those cases, according to U.S. Justice Department figures, the perpetrators are black and the victims are white. Statistically, the average black is 39 times more likely to commit a violent crime against a white than vice versa, and 136 times more likely to rob a white person than vice versa. In his book The End of Racism, Dinesh DSouza writes that in one particular year approximately 100 black women were raped by white men in the United States; the corresponding number of white women raped by black men was over 20,000.

Black racism remains a dynamic phenomenon in the United States because African Americans have been told, ad nauseam by leftists in the civil-rights establishment, in the media, in the churches, in academia, and in the political world to reflexively blame white society for their every problem; toview themselves as the oppressed and powerless victims ofwhite society. Having listened for so long to these incessant depictions of the United States as a land of racial inequity, many black Americans have become angry, embittered racists themselves. As black columnist Michael Meyers once put it, they have zealously transform[ed] themselves into the apostles of their own delusions.

RESOURCES:

It’s Time to Call out Black Racism By Daniel Greenfield August 5, 2015

Black Racism: The Hate That Dare Not SpeakIts Name By Ying Ma November 1, 1998 America’s New Racists By Walter Williams June 22, 2011

Racism Is at the Root of Baltimores Riots By Daniel Greenfield May 4, 2015

Black Racism and The Jena Six By John Perazzo September 27, 2007

Hiding Black Interracial Crimes By Walter Williams December 26, 2007

What About Hate Crimes by Blacks? By Walter Williams August 22, 1999

The Racial Violence that Dare Not Speak Its Name By John T. Bennett August 30, 2011

No Whites Allowed By Eileen F. Toplansky October 12, 2015

Trayvon Martin Was Barack Obamas Son, and Kiki Gray Was Jumaane Williams Son, but Why Will No Politician Adopt Bailey ONeill? By Nicholax Stix March 19, 2013

Dead Souls of a Cultural Revolution By Patrick J. Buchanan August 22, 2013

Faces of Evil in a Violent Underclass By Bryce Buchanan August 26, 2013

The New York Times Knockout Game Denial By Colin Flaherty November 26, 2013

Black Mob Violence: New Denials… and New Violence By Colin Flaherty November 26, 2013

Aftermath of the Duke Lacrosse Rape Case By Roger Kimball November 24, 2013

SEE ALSO:

* Black Racists and the Jihad in America

* Black Anti-Semitism

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Black Racism | Fellowship of the Minds

150 years ago, Americans fought a bloody Civil War (1861-1865) over slavery, which ended in the abolition of slavery with the 13th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution.

Nearly 50 years ago, Congress passed the Civil Rights Act of 1964, a landmark piece of legislation that outlawed major forms of discrimination against racial, ethnic, national and religious minorities, and women, as well as ended unequal application of voter registration requirements and racial segregation in schools, the workplace, and public facilities.

In 2008, Barack Obama was voted as the first (half) black President of the United States of America, after being hailed by the media as the first post-racial President who would heal the racial divisions and wounds that have plagued this country.

In 2012, he was reelected to a second term despite having done nothing to improve the life circumstances of black Americans, other than consigningeven more of them to a life of dependency byaddingmillions more to food stamps rolls. Nor did he heal Americas racial wounds or mend racial divisions. On the contrary, with provocative remarks such as If I had a son, he would look like Trayvon, Obama actually worsened racial tensions, setting back Americas race relations by decades.

On August 28, 1963, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. delivered his famous speech, I Havea Dream, in which he said: I have a dream that my four little children will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the color of their skin, but by the content of their character.

Sadly, half a century later, Dr. Kings dream remains an aspiration to be fulfilled. Too many black Americans and their allies on the Left are still relying on the color of their skin, scapegoating anyone who judges the content of their character with the noxious label of racist.

Many white and even some black Americans are sick of the Lefts reflexive, default-mode accusations of racism. According to a 2013 Rasmussen survey, more Americans view blacks instead of whites or Hispanics as racist. Even liberals (21%) see most black Americans as racist. Even Democrats (29%) see most black Americans as racist. Even black Americans (1 out of every 3!) think most blacks are racist. In fact more blacks (31%) think most blacks are racist than blacks (24%) who think most whites are racist.

This page contains links to the posts FOTM has published on the subject of race and racism.

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Obese black woman trashes store after her EBT card wasdenied, June 8, 2016.

U.S. white pre-school kids think they can grow up to beblacks, May 20, 2016.

Leftwing Lunacy: Trees & national parks areracist, May 20, 2016.

Towson University hosts presentation: white people are aplague, May 16, 2016.

Arab Spring in America: NAACP joins Soros-funded coalition for massive protests inD.C., April 6, 2016.

Black activist threatens riots if Trumpwins, April 3, 2016.

Black U. of West Georgia students advocate white genocide at Harvarddebate, March 16, 2016.

U.S. has 4 of worlds 50 most dangerouscities, Feb. 9, 2016.

Jada Pinkett Smith debates boycotting the Oscars, Jan. 17, 2016.

At a gas station somewhere in the Congo . .., Jan. 8, 2016.

78% increase in homicides in Baltimore since Freddie Grayriots, Jan. 3, 2015.

Aide of Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel attacked at shooting vigil, Dec. 31, 2015.

Will Smith Talks Racism I Live with Constant Prejudice But as Actors, We Have the Ultimate Power, Dec. 3, 2015.

Rev Jesse Jackson says Amazon, Costco needs more minorities, Dec. 3, 2015.

Obamas DOJ considers racist and anti-government Americans to be domesticterrorists, Oct. 18, 2015.

Mayor Emanuel says police officers are becoming fetal, Oct. 14, 2015.

Im not about to hire you if your name is Watermelondrea, Oct. 10, 2015.

#BlackLivesMatter is a War on Police leading to complete breakdown of socialorder, Sept. 8, 2015.

Inventor of Kwanzaa, now chair of African studies at Calif. university, is a convicted felon who torturedwomen, Sept. 5, 2015.

Elephants help another after it collapsed, while hundreds of U.S. college students watch woman getraped, Sept. 4, 2015.

Obamas America: Uniformed cop refused service at fast foodArbys, Sept. 4, 2015.

Former Marine asks why Blacks are given the power to rule and dominateU.S., Sept. 3, 2015.

Washington Post op/ed: Black votes should count 167% more thanyours, Sept. 2, 2015.

#BlackLivesMatter is not aboutracism, Sept. 1, 2015.

Northeastern University allegedly tells RAs that white men cant beoppressed, Aug. 15, 2015.

Taxpayers paid black comedian to deliver racist anti-white hate at federalagency, Aug. 14, 2015.

Insane Academe: Professor blames white people for herPMS, Aug. 7, 2016.

Obama to NAACP: America is still racist because ofslavery, July 27, 2015.

Was Michelle Obama texting during pledge ofallegiance?, (blackWashington Post reporter was the texter), July 14, 2015.

Black mob in Chicago attacks woman and children in car for beingwhite, July 13, 2015.

Rihanna and a video that should turn all mothers stomachs: The song that glorifies murder, torture, drug-taking, guns and racialstereotyping, July 8, 2015.

Black man arrested for posting racist flyers outside blackchurch, July 6, 2015.

Taxpayer-Funded Professor: Whiteness Is Terror, Confederate Flag RepresentsCapitalism, July 1, 2015.

Walmart says no to Confederate cake, but bakes an ISIS-flagcake, June 29, 2015.

Charleston police officer fired for posting pic of himself on Facebook wearing Confederate flag boxershorts, June 27, 2015.

War against the Confederacy: Did Obama sign an executive order outlawing confederate flag?, June 25, 2015.

Four students face charges of raping mentally disabled girl at North Miami SeniorHigh, June 27, 2015.

Race imposter Rachel Dolezal continues to insist shes black, June 24, 2015.

Language Apartheid: Only blacks can say nigger,June 23, 2015.

Professor says I wanted to be a special, different White person, June 23, 2015.

After Charleston church shooting, Republican strategist Karl Rove joins chorus calling for gun control, June 22, 2015.

Charleston church killer Dylann Roofs racist manifesto, June 20, 2015.

Rutgers professor: There are no good white people only less bad whitepeople, June 19, 2015.

NYPD seeking suicidal artist who admitted he bashed 4 Asian women in thenose, June 19, 2015.

Busted! President of Washington NAACP is white, June 13, 2015.

Students demand conservative-libertarian columnist be fired for racist, unsafe views, June 10, 2015.

NATIONWIDE crime spike after Ferguson-Baltimore riots, May 31, 2015.

State of anarchy in post-riot Baltimore: Homicides spike; police presence scarce; residentsfearful, May 28, 2015.

The newest liberal idiocy: Segregating 3rdgraders, May 26, 2015.

List of persons/groups paid by Soros to protest in Ferguson &Selma, May 20, 2015.

50 Baltimore Black teens beat 61 y.o. white man almost todeath, May 13, 2015.

Paging the #BlackLivesMatter crowd: 5 killed, 22 wounded in Chicago weekendshootings, May 4, 2015.

Freddie Grays death ruled a homicide. 6 Baltimore cops incustody, May 1, 2015.

Who is FreddieGray?, April 30, 2015.

Defenders of Baltimore RaceRiots, April 30, 2015.

Wayne Allyn Root on BlackAmerica, April 29, 2015.

Allen West: Baltimore is not an American failure. Baltimore is a DEMOCRATfailure, April 29, 2015.

A movie becomes real: Baltimore race riots understood mayors words as permission toPurge, April 28, 2015.

First American slave-owner was a Blackman, April 28, 2015.

Sup? Sapnin?, (on Baltimore race riots), April 28, 2015.

The Conversation We Need To Be Having About Race: I want to see a cop shoot a white unarmed teenager in theback, April 24, 2015.

Air Force veteran arrested for interfering with Black protesters defiling Americanflag, April 19, 2015.

Armed Black Panthers call for murder ofcops, March 19, 2015.

Ferguson in Chaos: 2 officersshot, March 12, 2015.

Planned Parenthood accepts donations earmarked for aborting blackbabies, March 4, 2015.

Billionaire George Soros spent $33MILLION bankrolling Ferguson demonstrators to create echo chamber and drive nationalprotests, March 4, 2015.

Black neurosurgeon Ben Carson enters 2016 presidential race, but is he the rightman?, March 3, 2015.

Facebook locks page of 12-year-old black boy who says Obama hates America, March 1, 2015.

Public university omits race from crime alerts to protect minority students feelings, Feb. 27, 2015.

Project Veritas Stings AlSharpton, Feb. 24, 2015.

Black teens storm into theater to steal 50 Shades ofGrey, Feb. 18, 2015.

Texas man spits on womans car, hurls racial insults during terrifying road rageincident, Feb. 18, 2015.

Are the Makers of the Selma MovieSatanists???, Feb. 11, 2015.

Southern Poverty Law Center Puts Dr. Ben Carson on Extremist List, Feb. 11, 2015.

Paging Al Sharpton: Three teenage boys pistol-whipped girl, 14, and then shot her dead inattack, Jan. 28, 2015.

Ferguson cop vindicated: DOJ wont filecharges, Jan. 23, 2015.

Chicago Blacks respond to Obamas 2015 State of theUnion, Jan. 22, 2015.

Now liberals want white business owners to be PC: A Hip-Hop Brunch Menu isProblematic, Jan. 20, 2015.

The Oscars AreRacist!!!, Jan. 15, 2015.

Companies that finance Al Sharptons race-baiting, Dec 31, 2014.

Black Sheriff David Clarke: Second Amendment is aboutfreedom, Dec. 30, 2014.

Message to all racebaiters, Dec. 24,2 014.

Race-baiting: Barack & Michelle still victims of racism, mistaken for sales clerk &valet, Dec. 17, 2014.

Black sheriff to Obama: You built Americas racialdivide, Dec. 16, 2014.

Graphic video of Michael Brown (?) assaulting an oldman, Dec. 13, 2014.

White president of California State University: All light-skinned people areracist, Dec. 13, 2014.

Obama says cops kill blacks because they look different, Dec. 11, 2014.

#TBT 2012: An Obama Win Will Improve Race Relations, Dec. 11, 2014.

#BlackLivesMatter? What about blacks in Chicago? And blackbabies?, Dec. 10, 2014.

Chris Rock: Studios Are Too Worried About White People Getting MyJokes, Dec. 9, 2014.

U.C. Berkeley student protest against Ferguson police violence turnsviolent, Dec. 7, 2014.

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Korea’s Black Racism Epidemic – Groove Magazine

Story by: Dave Hazzan, Photos by:Michael Roy

On a subway in Seoul, Beauty Epps is approached by a middle-aged Korean woman. Africa! the Korean says. No, Epps, a young African-American woman, calmly replies. American. Migukin.

No, the Korean woman replies. Africa. Then, after a pause, the Korean woman says, We domesticated you.

In Gunpo, Gyeonggi Province, Ashanti Lee, a young African-American man, is hired to substitute at a kindergarten. He speaks to the manager on the phone, and everything seems fine. But when he shows up, the owner opens the door, stutters and then says, Oh, no, no. Why not? asks Lee. Black ugly, the manager replies. White okay.

Many foreigners would agree that, even if their experiences here are generally positive, Korean racism and xenophobia are impossible to ignore. There is still a clear disconnect between the 98 percent ethnic Koreans and the 2 percent foreigners of all sorts mixed-race children, foreign brides, native English teachers, migrant factory workers and the tiny number of permanent immigrants and refugees who are now Korean citizens.

In a survey last year, the Washington Post found South Korea to be one of the least racially tolerant countries in the world. It found that more than 1 in 3 South Koreans said they do not want a neighbor of a different race. In 2009, The New York Times reported that 42 percent of (Korean) respondents in a 2008 survey said they had never once spoken with a foreigner.

In one way or another, racism affects almost every foreigner in Korea. But being black here is different. Whether African-American, African or not even black but mistaken for it, experiences in Korea are tainted by the perception that blacks are lower than other races: Blacks are violent, unintelligent and poor. Black Americans are not really American, and are inappropriate teachers for Korean children. Africans live in a backward, single African country, consisting of little more than jungle. These views are not universal, but they are commonly heard in Korea.

Everyone has a different experience. While some black residents say they have never felt a touch of racism here, others say they must deal with it every day. Some, like Epps, just walk away. Lee convinced the academy owner that he was a perfectly good teacher, and was asked to stay. The infamous see these rocks guy of YouTube fame (explained in detail later in this article) snapped and unloaded on an old man on a bus.

Koreas anti-black sentiment stems from a range of influences, from the traditional Korean preference for the color white, to the burning of LAs Koreatown in 1992, to the Confucian philosophy of hierarchy, to the idea that blood type defines personality. Much of it is directly imported from the U.S. Racism happens in the workplace, on the street and at the first meeting with a girlfriends family. The local media continues to be flooded with racist sentiments, advertisements and perceptions. Its painful and its widespread.

American Maria Hernandez, 30, says she experiences racism every day.

Ive never had to come to terms with (racism) like I have here.

Racism in the classroom

For many black teachers in Korea, the problem begins before they even arrive finding a job. The Korean practice of including a picture with the resume leaves nothing up to assumption, including skin color.

Deja Motley, 34, has a masters degree, TOEFL certification and years of teaching experience, including time in Japan and university work in Haiti. I would send my resume out without a picture and would get ambushed with replies from recruiters. Every recruiter, every school, says Motley, from Chicago. And then I would send my picture, and it was crickets. I would be lucky if I got one reply back. And usually it was a reply back from China, or some school far out in the country.

Stories from other teachers include hagwon bosses asking, How dark are you, exactly? or bluntly asking mixed-race candidates if they identified as black. Whites only ads, while not as commonly found as they were in the late 2000s, can still be spotted on job posting sites. Some recruiters will tell black teachers flat out, Your options are limited because youre black.

Although academies that Groove Korea interviewed for this story did not acknowledge discrimination against black teachers, recruiters said hagwon owners explicitly discriminate when searching for teachers.

One Korean recruiter, who asked not to be named, says over 80 percent of academies that he works with especially in Gangnam and central Seoul and at well-known franchises prefer white applicants over black.

I am still getting many resumes from African-American teachers, but its hard to find positions for them. I feel sorry for them. I found only two positions for them (in 2013), he says, adding that the teachers two of the more than 30 black applicants he worked with last year were placed in rural Gyeonggi Province, not Seoul.

Last year (2012) was six, I think. Its getting worse.

While some academies shy away from black teachers because of hearsay and personal prejudices, he says, others also face pressure from the parents. And with the hagwon industry tightening and more and more academies fighting uphill against closure, they are even more reluctant to take any potential risks, the recruiter says.

They (the directors) say that if they hire them (black candidates), they would be worried about losing kids. It does not look good to parents and may (give the academy) a bad reputation and lose in competition against other hagwons with white teachers, he says.

Some hagwons have gotten a lot of complaints from parents and actually lost kids. Gossip grows quickly and sometimes its unstoppable, like (with criticism from employing) black teachers.

An American recruiter, who also asked to remain anonymous, says schools will usually request white teachers only. Nine out of 10 schools who dont request this up front will not choose to interview any teachers other than Caucasians, he says. Weve worked with about 100 schools in Korea, and only five to 10 of them have even considered our non-Caucasian teachers, even though they had equal qualifications.

Parents seem to prefer their kids to be taught by Caucasian teachers than black teachers, says a manager at WILS Language Institution in Mok-dong, Seoul, who declined to be named. He says the school does not consider race, but rather career, nationality (for visa eligibility), passion and English-related studies. However, he says the school has not reviewed any black candidates for employment, claiming it has only seen the resume of one half-black, half-Hispanic teacher so far.

Tony Choi, who owns a small hagwon in Gangnam, says its the parents prejudices that cause hagwon owners to favor hiring white teachers. Parents are influenced by images from the media such as those showing that white people are naturally good at speaking English while nonwhites arent, or that black people are criminals, less trustworthy and uneducated which he says leads even overseas-born Koreans like himself to have a hard time finding a job. So, its not fair to put the blame on hagwon owners for not hiring blacks or kyopos (overseas Koreans), because hagwons are a business, and a lot of parents want their kids learning from someone that they perceive as an English teacher,’ he says.

While general openness to foreigners seems to be improving, Choi says he thinks that hiring discrimination will get worse from a business standpoint. As a hagwon owner of a small hagwon, it would be in my best interest to hire someone who will generate more business, as opposed to someone who will serve as an obstacle to get students. This isnt specific for black people, but I would have to hire someone who parents would feel comfortable sending their children to.

Even once a job is found, problems can continue. Black teachers often face harassment, negative comments from parents and coteachers and even campaigns to have them replaced.

Hernandez, from New Jersey, says she constantly has trouble with the management at her hagwon in Gangnam. She says shes faced a constant barrage of criticism from her bosses over my hair, about my skin, my weight. Its constant here.

Parents are a driving force. Hernandez says parents ganged up on her and were forever trying to get her to leave her job, or get the bosses to fire her, even though she insists the kids loved her classes. These problems didnt seem to affect the white teachers at the school.

The teacher that I replaced, all he did was play games, Hernandez says, adding that the teacher had been there for two years. Me, just getting there, (the parents) wanted me fired after three months.

Brendan Spencer, 28 and from St. Louis, feels he gets a lack of regard or respect from his coteachers like Im lesser, he says. When he was asked to make morning broadcasts at his school outside of his contract obligations he did it at first, but then said he was too busy planning his classes to continue.

They were pretty upset about it, Spencer says. Whereas when the previous (white) teacher was asked, he just flat (out) said no. And that got a pass.

Spencer adds that when he disagrees with the other teachers or asserts his rights, Koreans often get much more emotional with him than with others. I just feel that if I were a Korean person or a non-black person, that kind of vitriol or emotion wouldnt be there, he says.

Scott Meech, a white, Korean-speaking Canadian who worked in 2009 as a head teacher and human resources manager for a company that sent foreign teachers to different hagwon every week, has witnessed discrimination against black teachers on the ground level. In one instance, he started receiving complaints about a black teacher, and went to observe that teachers classes. He says he saw nothing at all wrong with his teaching.

He was a good teacher with nice classroom manners and a connection with the students, Meech says. I had a meeting with the various directors, asking exactly what was wrong, and was told that many of the students were afraid of black people. They were afraid of losing students.

Meech tried to defend the teacher as great, but was told to fire him anyway. He refused and stepped down from his position. He warned the teacher, and a month later, the black teacher was fired.

Many Korean parents have complained that their kids are afraid of black teachers. Elliott Ashby thinks the truth is different: Korean kids are not afraid of black teachers their parents are.

When I did parent-teacher conferences, some of the parents would ask, Are my children afraid of you?’ says Ashby, 30, from Phoenix. Id say, No, but you might be.’

Ashby says kids dont know racism on their own. Some of his students would notice his dark skin, or the difference in skin tones on the palm and back of his hand. Sometimes kids would ask, Why are you black? and hed answer, Just ate a lot of chocolate! But this is not hate its curiosity, and black teachers should understand that, he says.

They say every bigot was once a child without prejudice, Ashby said. Kids, they dont know the difference.

But sometimes miseducation comes before a black teacher does. Some teachers report students who couldnt believe a black person could be from America and not Africa.

Epps describes how at her school, the students were used to black American teachers. But then came a new first grader who looked at her strangely and wouldnt speak to her. One day, the girl told her, Youre Africa.

I didnt even have to say anything, Epps says. The other students responded and said, Babo (dummy), no, shes American.’ Epps set out to educate her, showing her pictures of her white South African friends on Facebook, and showing her Chicago on a map of the United States.

Hernandez says she does her best to educate the children, but she feels its a Sisyphean battle. She believes that educating children about race is important, and says, Ive tried that with my own students. I tell them, Curly hair is okay; Youre not dirty just because your hair is like this; People are different. Then they go home and their parents talk to them, and then their parents say, No, theyre different. Thats not normal. They reeducate them. Its a cycle Hernandez feels she can never escape.

Outside of the workplace

Outside of work, black people report difficulty getting taxis, even when Koreans and whites get them on the same street. Some say cab drivers go so far as to make illegal U-turns into traffic to avoid picking up black passengers. Some Koreans will refuse to get into elevators with black people, and will often change subway cars to avoid being near black passengers.

Ashby tells of one night out with a group of foreign and Korean friends. There was this one Korean girl, she was in her early twenties, he says. Wed only been talking for maybe two minutes and she says, The way you speak is very intelligent. And youre very nice.’ Then she said, Not like most black guys. I said, What do you mean? And she said, You know. Not like black-black guys.’

One black woman told Ashby that a Korean had said she was so beautiful that she couldnt possibly be fully African-American because most (black) girls only have a monkey face, she said.

John (not his real name), 26, from Ghana, feels that people from Africa get it even harder than black Americans, and is upset that Africans are often viewed as stupid and primitive.

A lot of (Koreans) are really ignorant about what we have in Africa, says John, a graduate student in the Advanced Information Sciences and Information Technology Program at Pukyong National University. They find it weird that we actually speak English, and they wonder how we even got here. When they get to know that Im on a scholarship, theyre like, Wow!’ He says he often comes across Koreans who dont realize there are even computers in Africa, much less centers to train computer specialists like himself.

John says he and his friends are sometimes barred from public places like bars and clubs. He says he has learned that no foreigners allowed can often mean no black foreigners are allowed, while white people can enter just fine. Lining up at one nightclub, two of his white friends walked into the club, paid their 10,000 won and got wristbands. He was outside taking a phone call, but when he showed up, the bouncer said foreigners were not allowed. So Im thinking, How can you sell (tickets) to the first two people, the guy from Finland and the guy from Spain, but the moment I show up, say No foreigners allowed? So, is this because of me being black, or because there are no foreigners allowed? And it was not an isolated incident for him.

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Nor did they seem at all cognizant of the fact that there are mountains of evidence which entirely contradict their contention that black youngsters routinely get a raw deal from the juvenile justice system. To cite just one example: A mere five weeks before the Jena incident, a gang of perhaps 30 black teenagers brutally assaulted three white women — 21-year-old Laura Schneider, 19-year-old Michelle Smith, and 19-year-old Loren Hyman — in the Bixby Knolls section of Long Beach, California. Hyman suffered 13 facial fractures that required extensive facial reconstruction surgery. Schneider suffered a concussion after one of the attackers yelled a racial slur at her, smashed a skateboard against her head, and continued beating her after she was already unconscious. In February 2007 the four main perpetrators, all of whom were aged 16 to 17 at the time of the attack, were each sentenced to serve a mere 60 days of house arrest — which they were permitted to break in order to attend school and church — and 250 hours of community service. The judge also ordered the lead attacker to attend an eight-week racial tolerance program at the Simon Wiesenthal Center. Not much of a penalty for crimes that could easily have resulted in a death or two. And of course the ACLU, NAACP, Sharpton, and Jackson were nowhere to be seen or heard.

Black Racism – Disturbingly Widespread In America

There is a larger issue at play, however, apart from whatever penalties the juvenile justice system metes out. That is the issue of black racism, a disturbingly widespread phenomenon in contemporary America. This phenomenon explains why tens of thousands of protesters willingly traveled long distances to stage a show of support for a pack of thugs who had indisputably perpetrated a brutally violent attack against a white person. It explains why they focused exclusively on defending the “rights” of those attackers, rather than on condemning the wrong they had done. And it explains why they chose to portray a group of raging predators as the ‘innocent, misunderstood victims’ of modern America’s allegedly boundless bigotry.

Black racism also accounts for the fact that the vast majority of interracial violent crimes are of the black-on-white variety (90% of race crime victims are WHITE -ed), and that statistically the “average” black is many times more likely (50 times -ed) to attack a white, than vice versa. While not all interracial crimes are motivated by racial animosities, many of them — like this recently videotaped gang assault in Viriginia — certainly are.

But why should black racism be prevalent in America at this comparatively late stage in our nation’s evolution — long after the rise of equal-opportunity mandates, affirmative action policies, civil rights advances, and the stigmatization of racism to the point where “racist” is by far the epithet most feared by whites, be they political figures, business leaders, clergy, academics, or social commentators?

It’s actually quite simple. Black racism remains a dynamic phenomenon because African Americans have been told, ad nauseum, by “civil rights leaders” and by leftist whites in influential organizations like the ACLU, to look outside of themselves for the roots of every ill that plagues their community; to reflexively blame white society for their problems rather than to take responsibility for their own lives; and to view themselves as the oppressed and powerless victims of a white “power structure,” a status they are led to believe renders them somehow incapable of being genuine racists themselves — no matter how much they may detest the white people they perceive to be their tormenters. Moreover, they have been taught to angrily reject astute observations like those of Bill Cosby, who has publicly lamented how illegitimacy, parental neglect, lack of educational effort, and bad behavior have decimated black life.

Only the victim mentality fostered by the “civil rights” champions of our day could have prompted tens of thousands of people to think that rallying on behalf of the Jena Six was a worthwhile use of their time. Having listened for so long to the “civil rights” establishment’s incessant depictions of the United States as a land of racial inequity, many black Americans have become angry, embittered racists themselves. They are among the legions who, in the words of black columnist Michael Meyers, zealously “transform themselves into the apostles of their own delusions.”

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Black Lives Matter Awareness Launches Ribbon Campaign for #BlackLivesMatter

*Los Angeles, CA Black Lives Matter Awareness (BLMA) has partnered with #BlackLivesMatter to create an awareness ribbon to be the visual representation of the movement. Similar to the awareness campaigns utilized by National Breast Cancer Foundation and HIV/AIDS ribbons and wristband of the LIVESTRONG Foundation, BLMA was created to bring awareness and symbolize a crisis. It is a call to action and a response to the virulent anti-Black racism that permeates our society.

The purpose is to serve as a symbol to solidarity, awareness and protest against the incessant police brutality and senseless black murders that have historically and, most recently, increasingly been occurring across our nation. The colors of the ribbon are red and black; red representing the innocent blood that has been shed in the Black communities, black for the innumerable Blacks, whose lives have been lost due to excessive use of force by police.

The mission of BLMA is to provide a financial system that provides support for the #BlackLivesMatter movement, families of victims with head of household replacement income. BLMA will also support organizations committed to positively impact the Black Community through donations to Black Student Fund, Tech Impact Initiative of Hands Up United, Bereavement Fund/Fellowship of Reconciliation, Artists as Tutors, and Second Baptist Church Los Angeles.

Wearing this ribbon is intended to show others that Black lives are valuable and that violence against Black people will no longer be accepted, in particular from those paid to protect our communities.

The BLMA ribbon can be purchased through the official website www.blmribbon.com or www.blacklivesmatterribbon.com.

About Black Lives Matter Awareness: Black Lives Matter Awareness (BLMA) was formed as a response to recent events of police brutality towards Blacks across the country. In order to symbolize the struggle, Black Lives Matter Awareness created an awareness ribbon and bracelet.

About #BlackLivesMatters: Rooted in the experiences of Black people in this country who actively resist our de-humanization, #BlackLivesMatter is a call to action and a response to the virulent anti-Black racism that permeates our society. Black Lives Matter is a unique contribution that goes beyond extrajudicial killings of Black people by police and vigilantes.

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Black Racism – Discover the Networks

Racism, in its many varieties, has been part and parcel of the human condition since the dawn of time. One of those varieties is black racism, which, as it currently exists in the United States, is rooted in the notion that African Americans are justified in hating (or even harming) white people as a form of reprisal for the latter’s historical, and continuing, transgressions against blacks. By the left’s reckoning,however, this hatreddoes notmerit classification as racism;rather, even blacks who express the most vicious racial hatred imaginable whether in word or deed are viewed not as racists but as agents ofretributive justice against their white tormenters. Among the notable leftists who share theperspective that blacks cannot be racists are the Reverend Joseph Lowery, film director Spike Lee, author Joel Kovel, lecturer/activist Paula Rothenberg, rap singer Sister Souljah, the anti-racist essayist Tim Wise, and scholar Coramae Richey Mann. Mann, for her part, contends that because blacks lack institutional power, it is definitionally impossible for [them] to be identified as racist. Sociologist and economist Thomas Sowell addresses this notion that racism is an exclusively white trait: A more tendentious definition of racism …emerged in the late twentieth centuryto exempt racial minorities themselves from the charge. Racism was now said to require power, which minorities do not have, so that even the most anti-white, anti-Jewish, or anti-Asian sentiments … were automatically exempt from the charge of racism. No such priviso thatpower was required for racism ever existed before. That this new and self-serving escape hatch remained largely unchallenged has been one index of the level of moral intimidation surrounding racial issues…. In the ordinary sense of the word, minorities of all colors have shown themselves capable of as vicious racism is anybody else, whether in or out of power. The hostility, boycotts, or violence of African ancestry people against people from India has been common from Kenya to South Africa, as well as in Jamaica and Guiana. Such behavior differs in no essential way from the behavior labeled ‘racism’ when it is the African-ancestry population being abused by people of European ancestry. If one were to acceptthe notion that racism cannot exist without power to oppress, onewould also need tobelieve that a virtually impotent organization like the Ku Klux Klan is not racist clearly an untenable position. Held in contempt by most white Americans, the Klan today is virtually defunct. Close to bankruptcy, this group which once boasted millions of members and wielded significant political power, now has no established alliances with mainstream white leaders or organizations, and has no more than 4,000 members nationwide.No Klansmen can be found among newspaper editors, legislators, district judges, or the directors of major corporations. And contemporary Klan leaders are capable of attracting only a handful of white racists to their meetings. A prominent exponent of black racism in recent decades has been Nation of Islam leaderLouis Farrakhan,who has a long, well-documented history of referring to whites and Jews as “devils,” “bloodsuckers,” vicious beasts, and the skunks of the planet. Farrakhan protege Malik Zulu Shabazz, leader of the New Black Panther Party, commonly refers to blacks as “God’s chosen people” and shouts Black power! during his speeches. Even as he denounces what he perceives to be the scourge of white supremacy, Shabazz embraces his own philosophy of racial superiority– essentiallya mirror image of the worldview he ascribes to the legions of racist whites purportedlydotting the American landscape. Said Shabazz on one occasion: Mendel, the German scientist teaches us thatdarkgenes are dominant and light genes are recessive. Black Power!” At an April 2002 protest in Washington, DC, Shabazz thundered: “Kill every goddamn Zionist in Israel! Goddamn little babies, goddamn old ladies! Blow up Zionist supermarkets!” Another high-profile black racist iscivil-rights activist Al Sharpton, who, in the late 1980s,knowingly abetted a 15-year-old black girl infalsely charging that a mysterious gang of white racists had abducted and gang-raped her. A few years after that, Sharpton helped foment some of the ugliest anti-Semitic riots in living memorywhen he falsely depicted a Brooklyn, New York car accident (in whicha 7-year-old black child had been killed) as a racially tinged homicide perpetrated by a Hasidic Jew. In 1995Sharpton orchestrated a grotesque (and ultimately deadly) boycott against a Jewish-owned clothing shopin Harlem, New York, where a throng of black picketers under the watchful, approving eye of Sharpton shriekedthat a cabal of greedy Jew bastards and white crackers had been mistreating them. And Sharpton once lavished an audience of students and professors at New Jersey’s Kean College withreferences to white “crackers” and “Greek homos”who, from a historical perspective, were still in the caves [of Europe] while we [black Africans] was building empires and developing philosophy and astrology and mathematics. Charles Barron is a black nationalist andDemocraticcouncilman from Brooklyn, New York. A onetime member of the Black Panther Party, he makes no secret of his contempt for white people. In August 2002, while speaking before a crowd at the Millions for Reparations March in Washington, DC, Barron made the case for a Democrat-sponsored billmandating reparations for black slavery in the following terms: “I want to go up to the closest white person and say: ‘You can’t understand this, it’s a black thing’ and then slap him, just for my mental health. The late black poet and professor Amiri Baraka asserted that blacks are justified in robbing or even killing whites, because the latter “already stole” everything from the former. “[The white man] owes you anything you want,” wrote Baraka, “even his life. All the stores will open if you say the magic words. The magic words are: Up against the wall mother f—er this is a stick up! Let’s get together and kill him my man.” In another poem, Baraka wrote: “Rape the white girls. Rape their fathers. Cut the mothers’ throats.” Claiming that blacks and whites could not possibly coexist in peace, Baraka once said, “We [blacks] must eliminate the white man before we can draw a free breath on this planet.” When a white woman asked Baraka what whites could do to help the black cause, he replied, “You can help by dying. You are a cancer. You can help the world’s people with your death.” In addition to its contempt for white people, another facet of black racism is its intoleranceof opposing viewpoints. Black leftists routinely excoriate black conservativesas race traitors, house slaves, Oreos, Uncle Toms, and worse. A case can also be made for the suggestion that black racism is manifest in the high black-on-white crime rates that currently exist in the United States.Each year, nearly 770,000 violent interracial crimes involving blacks and whites occur nationwide. In at least 85 percent of those cases, according to U.S. Justice Department figures, the perpetrators are black and the victims are white. Statistically, the average black is 39 times more likely to commit a violent crime against a white than vice versa, and 136 times more likely to rob a white person than vice versa. In his book The End of Racism, Dinesh DSouza writes that in one particular year approximately 100 black women were raped by white men in the United States; the corresponding number of white women raped by black men was over 20,000. Black racism remains a dynamic phenomenon in the United States because African Americans have been told, ad nauseam by leftists in the civil-rights establishment, in the media, in the churches, in academia, and in the political world to reflexively blame white society for their every problem; toview themselves as the oppressed and powerless victims ofwhite society. Having listened for so long to these incessant depictions of the United States as a land of racial inequity, many black Americans have become angry, embittered racists themselves. As black columnist Michael Meyers once put it, they have zealously transform[ed] themselves into the apostles of their own delusions. RESOURCES: It’s Time to Call out Black Racism By Daniel Greenfield August 5, 2015 Black Racism: The Hate That Dare Not SpeakIts Name By Ying Ma November 1, 1998 America’s New Racists By Walter Williams June 22, 2011 Racism Is at the Root of Baltimores Riots By Daniel Greenfield May 4, 2015 Black Racism and The Jena Six By John Perazzo September 27, 2007 Hiding Black Interracial Crimes By Walter Williams December 26, 2007 What About Hate Crimes by Blacks? By Walter Williams August 22, 1999 The Racial Violence that Dare Not Speak Its Name By John T. Bennett August 30, 2011 No Whites Allowed By Eileen F. Toplansky October 12, 2015 Trayvon Martin Was Barack Obamas Son, and Kiki Gray Was Jumaane Williams Son, but Why Will No Politician Adopt Bailey ONeill? By Nicholax Stix March 19, 2013 Dead Souls of a Cultural Revolution By Patrick J. Buchanan August 22, 2013 Faces of Evil in a Violent Underclass By Bryce Buchanan August 26, 2013 The New York Times Knockout Game Denial By Colin Flaherty November 26, 2013 Black Mob Violence: New Denials… and New Violence By Colin Flaherty November 26, 2013 Aftermath of the Duke Lacrosse Rape Case By Roger Kimball November 24, 2013 SEE ALSO: * Black Racists and the Jihad in America * Black Anti-Semitism

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Black Racism | Fellowship of the Minds

150 years ago, Americans fought a bloody Civil War (1861-1865) over slavery, which ended in the abolition of slavery with the 13th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution. Nearly 50 years ago, Congress passed the Civil Rights Act of 1964, a landmark piece of legislation that outlawed major forms of discrimination against racial, ethnic, national and religious minorities, and women, as well as ended unequal application of voter registration requirements and racial segregation in schools, the workplace, and public facilities. In 2008, Barack Obama was voted as the first (half) black President of the United States of America, after being hailed by the media as the first post-racial President who would heal the racial divisions and wounds that have plagued this country. In 2012, he was reelected to a second term despite having done nothing to improve the life circumstances of black Americans, other than consigningeven more of them to a life of dependency byaddingmillions more to food stamps rolls. Nor did he heal Americas racial wounds or mend racial divisions. On the contrary, with provocative remarks such as If I had a son, he would look like Trayvon, Obama actually worsened racial tensions, setting back Americas race relations by decades. On August 28, 1963, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. delivered his famous speech, I Havea Dream, in which he said: I have a dream that my four little children will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the color of their skin, but by the content of their character. Sadly, half a century later, Dr. Kings dream remains an aspiration to be fulfilled. Too many black Americans and their allies on the Left are still relying on the color of their skin, scapegoating anyone who judges the content of their character with the noxious label of racist. Many white and even some black Americans are sick of the Lefts reflexive, default-mode accusations of racism. According to a 2013 Rasmussen survey, more Americans view blacks instead of whites or Hispanics as racist. Even liberals (21%) see most black Americans as racist. Even Democrats (29%) see most black Americans as racist. Even black Americans (1 out of every 3!) think most blacks are racist. In fact more blacks (31%) think most blacks are racist than blacks (24%) who think most whites are racist. This page contains links to the posts FOTM has published on the subject of race and racism. ~Eowyn Obese black woman trashes store after her EBT card wasdenied, June 8, 2016. U.S. white pre-school kids think they can grow up to beblacks, May 20, 2016. Leftwing Lunacy: Trees & national parks areracist, May 20, 2016. Towson University hosts presentation: white people are aplague, May 16, 2016. Arab Spring in America: NAACP joins Soros-funded coalition for massive protests inD.C., April 6, 2016. Black activist threatens riots if Trumpwins, April 3, 2016. Black U. of West Georgia students advocate white genocide at Harvarddebate, March 16, 2016. U.S. has 4 of worlds 50 most dangerouscities, Feb. 9, 2016. Jada Pinkett Smith debates boycotting the Oscars, Jan. 17, 2016. At a gas station somewhere in the Congo . .., Jan. 8, 2016. 78% increase in homicides in Baltimore since Freddie Grayriots, Jan. 3, 2015. Aide of Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel attacked at shooting vigil, Dec. 31, 2015. Will Smith Talks Racism I Live with Constant Prejudice But as Actors, We Have the Ultimate Power, Dec. 3, 2015. Rev Jesse Jackson says Amazon, Costco needs more minorities, Dec. 3, 2015. Obamas DOJ considers racist and anti-government Americans to be domesticterrorists, Oct. 18, 2015. Mayor Emanuel says police officers are becoming fetal, Oct. 14, 2015. Im not about to hire you if your name is Watermelondrea, Oct. 10, 2015. #BlackLivesMatter is a War on Police leading to complete breakdown of socialorder, Sept. 8, 2015. Inventor of Kwanzaa, now chair of African studies at Calif. university, is a convicted felon who torturedwomen, Sept. 5, 2015. Elephants help another after it collapsed, while hundreds of U.S. college students watch woman getraped, Sept. 4, 2015. Obamas America: Uniformed cop refused service at fast foodArbys, Sept. 4, 2015. Former Marine asks why Blacks are given the power to rule and dominateU.S., Sept. 3, 2015. Washington Post op/ed: Black votes should count 167% more thanyours, Sept. 2, 2015. #BlackLivesMatter is not aboutracism, Sept. 1, 2015. Northeastern University allegedly tells RAs that white men cant beoppressed, Aug. 15, 2015. Taxpayers paid black comedian to deliver racist anti-white hate at federalagency, Aug. 14, 2015. Insane Academe: Professor blames white people for herPMS, Aug. 7, 2016. Obama to NAACP: America is still racist because ofslavery, July 27, 2015. Was Michelle Obama texting during pledge ofallegiance?, (blackWashington Post reporter was the texter), July 14, 2015. Black mob in Chicago attacks woman and children in car for beingwhite, July 13, 2015. Rihanna and a video that should turn all mothers stomachs: The song that glorifies murder, torture, drug-taking, guns and racialstereotyping, July 8, 2015. Black man arrested for posting racist flyers outside blackchurch, July 6, 2015. Taxpayer-Funded Professor: Whiteness Is Terror, Confederate Flag RepresentsCapitalism, July 1, 2015. Walmart says no to Confederate cake, but bakes an ISIS-flagcake, June 29, 2015. Charleston police officer fired for posting pic of himself on Facebook wearing Confederate flag boxershorts, June 27, 2015. War against the Confederacy: Did Obama sign an executive order outlawing confederate flag?, June 25, 2015. Four students face charges of raping mentally disabled girl at North Miami SeniorHigh, June 27, 2015. Race imposter Rachel Dolezal continues to insist shes black, June 24, 2015. Language Apartheid: Only blacks can say nigger,June 23, 2015. Professor says I wanted to be a special, different White person, June 23, 2015. After Charleston church shooting, Republican strategist Karl Rove joins chorus calling for gun control, June 22, 2015. Charleston church killer Dylann Roofs racist manifesto, June 20, 2015. Rutgers professor: There are no good white people only less bad whitepeople, June 19, 2015. NYPD seeking suicidal artist who admitted he bashed 4 Asian women in thenose, June 19, 2015. Busted! President of Washington NAACP is white, June 13, 2015. Students demand conservative-libertarian columnist be fired for racist, unsafe views, June 10, 2015. NATIONWIDE crime spike after Ferguson-Baltimore riots, May 31, 2015. State of anarchy in post-riot Baltimore: Homicides spike; police presence scarce; residentsfearful, May 28, 2015. The newest liberal idiocy: Segregating 3rdgraders, May 26, 2015. List of persons/groups paid by Soros to protest in Ferguson &Selma, May 20, 2015. 50 Baltimore Black teens beat 61 y.o. white man almost todeath, May 13, 2015. Paging the #BlackLivesMatter crowd: 5 killed, 22 wounded in Chicago weekendshootings, May 4, 2015. Freddie Grays death ruled a homicide. 6 Baltimore cops incustody, May 1, 2015. Who is FreddieGray?, April 30, 2015. Defenders of Baltimore RaceRiots, April 30, 2015. Wayne Allyn Root on BlackAmerica, April 29, 2015. Allen West: Baltimore is not an American failure. Baltimore is a DEMOCRATfailure, April 29, 2015. A movie becomes real: Baltimore race riots understood mayors words as permission toPurge, April 28, 2015. First American slave-owner was a Blackman, April 28, 2015. Sup? Sapnin?, (on Baltimore race riots), April 28, 2015. The Conversation We Need To Be Having About Race: I want to see a cop shoot a white unarmed teenager in theback, April 24, 2015. Air Force veteran arrested for interfering with Black protesters defiling Americanflag, April 19, 2015. Armed Black Panthers call for murder ofcops, March 19, 2015. Ferguson in Chaos: 2 officersshot, March 12, 2015. Planned Parenthood accepts donations earmarked for aborting blackbabies, March 4, 2015. Billionaire George Soros spent $33MILLION bankrolling Ferguson demonstrators to create echo chamber and drive nationalprotests, March 4, 2015. Black neurosurgeon Ben Carson enters 2016 presidential race, but is he the rightman?, March 3, 2015. Facebook locks page of 12-year-old black boy who says Obama hates America, March 1, 2015. Public university omits race from crime alerts to protect minority students feelings, Feb. 27, 2015. Project Veritas Stings AlSharpton, Feb. 24, 2015. Black teens storm into theater to steal 50 Shades ofGrey, Feb. 18, 2015. Texas man spits on womans car, hurls racial insults during terrifying road rageincident, Feb. 18, 2015. Are the Makers of the Selma MovieSatanists???, Feb. 11, 2015. Southern Poverty Law Center Puts Dr. Ben Carson on Extremist List, Feb. 11, 2015. Paging Al Sharpton: Three teenage boys pistol-whipped girl, 14, and then shot her dead inattack, Jan. 28, 2015. Ferguson cop vindicated: DOJ wont filecharges, Jan. 23, 2015. Chicago Blacks respond to Obamas 2015 State of theUnion, Jan. 22, 2015. Now liberals want white business owners to be PC: A Hip-Hop Brunch Menu isProblematic, Jan. 20, 2015. The Oscars AreRacist!!!, Jan. 15, 2015. Companies that finance Al Sharptons race-baiting, Dec 31, 2014. Black Sheriff David Clarke: Second Amendment is aboutfreedom, Dec. 30, 2014. Message to all racebaiters, Dec. 24,2 014. Race-baiting: Barack & Michelle still victims of racism, mistaken for sales clerk &valet, Dec. 17, 2014. Black sheriff to Obama: You built Americas racialdivide, Dec. 16, 2014. Graphic video of Michael Brown (?) assaulting an oldman, Dec. 13, 2014. White president of California State University: All light-skinned people areracist, Dec. 13, 2014. Obama says cops kill blacks because they look different, Dec. 11, 2014. #TBT 2012: An Obama Win Will Improve Race Relations, Dec. 11, 2014. #BlackLivesMatter? What about blacks in Chicago? And blackbabies?, Dec. 10, 2014. Chris Rock: Studios Are Too Worried About White People Getting MyJokes, Dec. 9, 2014. U.C. Berkeley student protest against Ferguson police violence turnsviolent, Dec. 7, 2014.

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Korea’s Black Racism Epidemic – Groove Magazine

Story by: Dave Hazzan, Photos by:Michael Roy On a subway in Seoul, Beauty Epps is approached by a middle-aged Korean woman. Africa! the Korean says. No, Epps, a young African-American woman, calmly replies. American. Migukin. No, the Korean woman replies. Africa. Then, after a pause, the Korean woman says, We domesticated you. In Gunpo, Gyeonggi Province, Ashanti Lee, a young African-American man, is hired to substitute at a kindergarten. He speaks to the manager on the phone, and everything seems fine. But when he shows up, the owner opens the door, stutters and then says, Oh, no, no. Why not? asks Lee. Black ugly, the manager replies. White okay. Many foreigners would agree that, even if their experiences here are generally positive, Korean racism and xenophobia are impossible to ignore. There is still a clear disconnect between the 98 percent ethnic Koreans and the 2 percent foreigners of all sorts mixed-race children, foreign brides, native English teachers, migrant factory workers and the tiny number of permanent immigrants and refugees who are now Korean citizens. In a survey last year, the Washington Post found South Korea to be one of the least racially tolerant countries in the world. It found that more than 1 in 3 South Koreans said they do not want a neighbor of a different race. In 2009, The New York Times reported that 42 percent of (Korean) respondents in a 2008 survey said they had never once spoken with a foreigner. In one way or another, racism affects almost every foreigner in Korea. But being black here is different. Whether African-American, African or not even black but mistaken for it, experiences in Korea are tainted by the perception that blacks are lower than other races: Blacks are violent, unintelligent and poor. Black Americans are not really American, and are inappropriate teachers for Korean children. Africans live in a backward, single African country, consisting of little more than jungle. These views are not universal, but they are commonly heard in Korea. Everyone has a different experience. While some black residents say they have never felt a touch of racism here, others say they must deal with it every day. Some, like Epps, just walk away. Lee convinced the academy owner that he was a perfectly good teacher, and was asked to stay. The infamous see these rocks guy of YouTube fame (explained in detail later in this article) snapped and unloaded on an old man on a bus. Koreas anti-black sentiment stems from a range of influences, from the traditional Korean preference for the color white, to the burning of LAs Koreatown in 1992, to the Confucian philosophy of hierarchy, to the idea that blood type defines personality. Much of it is directly imported from the U.S. Racism happens in the workplace, on the street and at the first meeting with a girlfriends family. The local media continues to be flooded with racist sentiments, advertisements and perceptions. Its painful and its widespread. American Maria Hernandez, 30, says she experiences racism every day. Ive never had to come to terms with (racism) like I have here. Racism in the classroom For many black teachers in Korea, the problem begins before they even arrive finding a job. The Korean practice of including a picture with the resume leaves nothing up to assumption, including skin color. Deja Motley, 34, has a masters degree, TOEFL certification and years of teaching experience, including time in Japan and university work in Haiti. I would send my resume out without a picture and would get ambushed with replies from recruiters. Every recruiter, every school, says Motley, from Chicago. And then I would send my picture, and it was crickets. I would be lucky if I got one reply back. And usually it was a reply back from China, or some school far out in the country. Stories from other teachers include hagwon bosses asking, How dark are you, exactly? or bluntly asking mixed-race candidates if they identified as black. Whites only ads, while not as commonly found as they were in the late 2000s, can still be spotted on job posting sites. Some recruiters will tell black teachers flat out, Your options are limited because youre black. Although academies that Groove Korea interviewed for this story did not acknowledge discrimination against black teachers, recruiters said hagwon owners explicitly discriminate when searching for teachers. One Korean recruiter, who asked not to be named, says over 80 percent of academies that he works with especially in Gangnam and central Seoul and at well-known franchises prefer white applicants over black. I am still getting many resumes from African-American teachers, but its hard to find positions for them. I feel sorry for them. I found only two positions for them (in 2013), he says, adding that the teachers two of the more than 30 black applicants he worked with last year were placed in rural Gyeonggi Province, not Seoul. Last year (2012) was six, I think. Its getting worse. While some academies shy away from black teachers because of hearsay and personal prejudices, he says, others also face pressure from the parents. And with the hagwon industry tightening and more and more academies fighting uphill against closure, they are even more reluctant to take any potential risks, the recruiter says. They (the directors) say that if they hire them (black candidates), they would be worried about losing kids. It does not look good to parents and may (give the academy) a bad reputation and lose in competition against other hagwons with white teachers, he says. Some hagwons have gotten a lot of complaints from parents and actually lost kids. Gossip grows quickly and sometimes its unstoppable, like (with criticism from employing) black teachers. An American recruiter, who also asked to remain anonymous, says schools will usually request white teachers only. Nine out of 10 schools who dont request this up front will not choose to interview any teachers other than Caucasians, he says. Weve worked with about 100 schools in Korea, and only five to 10 of them have even considered our non-Caucasian teachers, even though they had equal qualifications. Parents seem to prefer their kids to be taught by Caucasian teachers than black teachers, says a manager at WILS Language Institution in Mok-dong, Seoul, who declined to be named. He says the school does not consider race, but rather career, nationality (for visa eligibility), passion and English-related studies. However, he says the school has not reviewed any black candidates for employment, claiming it has only seen the resume of one half-black, half-Hispanic teacher so far. Tony Choi, who owns a small hagwon in Gangnam, says its the parents prejudices that cause hagwon owners to favor hiring white teachers. Parents are influenced by images from the media such as those showing that white people are naturally good at speaking English while nonwhites arent, or that black people are criminals, less trustworthy and uneducated which he says leads even overseas-born Koreans like himself to have a hard time finding a job. So, its not fair to put the blame on hagwon owners for not hiring blacks or kyopos (overseas Koreans), because hagwons are a business, and a lot of parents want their kids learning from someone that they perceive as an English teacher,’ he says. While general openness to foreigners seems to be improving, Choi says he thinks that hiring discrimination will get worse from a business standpoint. As a hagwon owner of a small hagwon, it would be in my best interest to hire someone who will generate more business, as opposed to someone who will serve as an obstacle to get students. This isnt specific for black people, but I would have to hire someone who parents would feel comfortable sending their children to. Even once a job is found, problems can continue. Black teachers often face harassment, negative comments from parents and coteachers and even campaigns to have them replaced. Hernandez, from New Jersey, says she constantly has trouble with the management at her hagwon in Gangnam. She says shes faced a constant barrage of criticism from her bosses over my hair, about my skin, my weight. Its constant here. Parents are a driving force. Hernandez says parents ganged up on her and were forever trying to get her to leave her job, or get the bosses to fire her, even though she insists the kids loved her classes. These problems didnt seem to affect the white teachers at the school. The teacher that I replaced, all he did was play games, Hernandez says, adding that the teacher had been there for two years. Me, just getting there, (the parents) wanted me fired after three months. Brendan Spencer, 28 and from St. Louis, feels he gets a lack of regard or respect from his coteachers like Im lesser, he says. When he was asked to make morning broadcasts at his school outside of his contract obligations he did it at first, but then said he was too busy planning his classes to continue. They were pretty upset about it, Spencer says. Whereas when the previous (white) teacher was asked, he just flat (out) said no. And that got a pass. Spencer adds that when he disagrees with the other teachers or asserts his rights, Koreans often get much more emotional with him than with others. I just feel that if I were a Korean person or a non-black person, that kind of vitriol or emotion wouldnt be there, he says. Scott Meech, a white, Korean-speaking Canadian who worked in 2009 as a head teacher and human resources manager for a company that sent foreign teachers to different hagwon every week, has witnessed discrimination against black teachers on the ground level. In one instance, he started receiving complaints about a black teacher, and went to observe that teachers classes. He says he saw nothing at all wrong with his teaching. He was a good teacher with nice classroom manners and a connection with the students, Meech says. I had a meeting with the various directors, asking exactly what was wrong, and was told that many of the students were afraid of black people. They were afraid of losing students. Meech tried to defend the teacher as great, but was told to fire him anyway. He refused and stepped down from his position. He warned the teacher, and a month later, the black teacher was fired. Many Korean parents have complained that their kids are afraid of black teachers. Elliott Ashby thinks the truth is different: Korean kids are not afraid of black teachers their parents are. When I did parent-teacher conferences, some of the parents would ask, Are my children afraid of you?’ says Ashby, 30, from Phoenix. Id say, No, but you might be.’ Ashby says kids dont know racism on their own. Some of his students would notice his dark skin, or the difference in skin tones on the palm and back of his hand. Sometimes kids would ask, Why are you black? and hed answer, Just ate a lot of chocolate! But this is not hate its curiosity, and black teachers should understand that, he says. They say every bigot was once a child without prejudice, Ashby said. Kids, they dont know the difference. But sometimes miseducation comes before a black teacher does. Some teachers report students who couldnt believe a black person could be from America and not Africa. Epps describes how at her school, the students were used to black American teachers. But then came a new first grader who looked at her strangely and wouldnt speak to her. One day, the girl told her, Youre Africa. I didnt even have to say anything, Epps says. The other students responded and said, Babo (dummy), no, shes American.’ Epps set out to educate her, showing her pictures of her white South African friends on Facebook, and showing her Chicago on a map of the United States. Hernandez says she does her best to educate the children, but she feels its a Sisyphean battle. She believes that educating children about race is important, and says, Ive tried that with my own students. I tell them, Curly hair is okay; Youre not dirty just because your hair is like this; People are different. Then they go home and their parents talk to them, and then their parents say, No, theyre different. Thats not normal. They reeducate them. Its a cycle Hernandez feels she can never escape. Outside of the workplace Outside of work, black people report difficulty getting taxis, even when Koreans and whites get them on the same street. Some say cab drivers go so far as to make illegal U-turns into traffic to avoid picking up black passengers. Some Koreans will refuse to get into elevators with black people, and will often change subway cars to avoid being near black passengers. Ashby tells of one night out with a group of foreign and Korean friends. There was this one Korean girl, she was in her early twenties, he says. Wed only been talking for maybe two minutes and she says, The way you speak is very intelligent. And youre very nice.’ Then she said, Not like most black guys. I said, What do you mean? And she said, You know. Not like black-black guys.’ One black woman told Ashby that a Korean had said she was so beautiful that she couldnt possibly be fully African-American because most (black) girls only have a monkey face, she said. John (not his real name), 26, from Ghana, feels that people from Africa get it even harder than black Americans, and is upset that Africans are often viewed as stupid and primitive. A lot of (Koreans) are really ignorant about what we have in Africa, says John, a graduate student in the Advanced Information Sciences and Information Technology Program at Pukyong National University. They find it weird that we actually speak English, and they wonder how we even got here. When they get to know that Im on a scholarship, theyre like, Wow!’ He says he often comes across Koreans who dont realize there are even computers in Africa, much less centers to train computer specialists like himself. John says he and his friends are sometimes barred from public places like bars and clubs. He says he has learned that no foreigners allowed can often mean no black foreigners are allowed, while white people can enter just fine. Lining up at one nightclub, two of his white friends walked into the club, paid their 10,000 won and got wristbands. He was outside taking a phone call, but when he showed up, the bouncer said foreigners were not allowed. So Im thinking, How can you sell (tickets) to the first two people, the guy from Finland and the guy from Spain, but the moment I show up, say No foreigners allowed? So, is this because of me being black, or because there are no foreigners allowed? And it was not an isolated incident for him.

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Black Racism Rampant In America – rense.com

Nor did they seem at all cognizant of the fact that there are mountains of evidence which entirely contradict their contention that black youngsters routinely get a raw deal from the juvenile justice system. To cite just one example: A mere five weeks before the Jena incident, a gang of perhaps 30 black teenagers brutally assaulted three white women — 21-year-old Laura Schneider, 19-year-old Michelle Smith, and 19-year-old Loren Hyman — in the Bixby Knolls section of Long Beach, California. Hyman suffered 13 facial fractures that required extensive facial reconstruction surgery. Schneider suffered a concussion after one of the attackers yelled a racial slur at her, smashed a skateboard against her head, and continued beating her after she was already unconscious. In February 2007 the four main perpetrators, all of whom were aged 16 to 17 at the time of the attack, were each sentenced to serve a mere 60 days of house arrest — which they were permitted to break in order to attend school and church — and 250 hours of community service. The judge also ordered the lead attacker to attend an eight-week racial tolerance program at the Simon Wiesenthal Center. Not much of a penalty for crimes that could easily have resulted in a death or two. And of course the ACLU, NAACP, Sharpton, and Jackson were nowhere to be seen or heard. Black Racism – Disturbingly Widespread In America There is a larger issue at play, however, apart from whatever penalties the juvenile justice system metes out. That is the issue of black racism, a disturbingly widespread phenomenon in contemporary America. This phenomenon explains why tens of thousands of protesters willingly traveled long distances to stage a show of support for a pack of thugs who had indisputably perpetrated a brutally violent attack against a white person. It explains why they focused exclusively on defending the “rights” of those attackers, rather than on condemning the wrong they had done. And it explains why they chose to portray a group of raging predators as the ‘innocent, misunderstood victims’ of modern America’s allegedly boundless bigotry. Black racism also accounts for the fact that the vast majority of interracial violent crimes are of the black-on-white variety (90% of race crime victims are WHITE -ed), and that statistically the “average” black is many times more likely (50 times -ed) to attack a white, than vice versa. While not all interracial crimes are motivated by racial animosities, many of them — like this recently videotaped gang assault in Viriginia — certainly are. But why should black racism be prevalent in America at this comparatively late stage in our nation’s evolution — long after the rise of equal-opportunity mandates, affirmative action policies, civil rights advances, and the stigmatization of racism to the point where “racist” is by far the epithet most feared by whites, be they political figures, business leaders, clergy, academics, or social commentators? It’s actually quite simple. Black racism remains a dynamic phenomenon because African Americans have been told, ad nauseum, by “civil rights leaders” and by leftist whites in influential organizations like the ACLU, to look outside of themselves for the roots of every ill that plagues their community; to reflexively blame white society for their problems rather than to take responsibility for their own lives; and to view themselves as the oppressed and powerless victims of a white “power structure,” a status they are led to believe renders them somehow incapable of being genuine racists themselves — no matter how much they may detest the white people they perceive to be their tormenters. Moreover, they have been taught to angrily reject astute observations like those of Bill Cosby, who has publicly lamented how illegitimacy, parental neglect, lack of educational effort, and bad behavior have decimated black life. Only the victim mentality fostered by the “civil rights” champions of our day could have prompted tens of thousands of people to think that rallying on behalf of the Jena Six was a worthwhile use of their time. Having listened for so long to the “civil rights” establishment’s incessant depictions of the United States as a land of racial inequity, many black Americans have become angry, embittered racists themselves. They are among the legions who, in the words of black columnist Michael Meyers, zealously “transform themselves into the apostles of their own delusions.” __________ John Perazzo is the author of The Myths That Divide Us: How Lies Have Poisoned American Race Relations. For more information on his book, click http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/0965 126811/centerforthest01A/104-3704288-7751118 here. E-mail him at wsbooks25@hotmail.com

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This is why the news airs White on Black racism By: Pepsi mantis

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China Ratchet Daily 24 Chinese Behaving Badly in Kenya Please Like and Subscribe: Hit me on the Twit: https://twitter.com/chamaflauge2278 My Blogger: http://loserlaowai.blogspot.jp/ THE STRANGE CAREER OF WRITING ABOUT ANTI-BLACK RACISM IN … By: Loser Laowai in China

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Black Racism vs White Supremacy. The White Supremacy Industrial Complex in action and explained. By: vpdrinks

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Black Lives Matter Awareness Launches Ribbon Campaign for #BlackLivesMatter

*Los Angeles, CA Black Lives Matter Awareness (BLMA) has partnered with #BlackLivesMatter to create an awareness ribbon to be the visual representation of the movement. Similar to the awareness campaigns utilized by National Breast Cancer Foundation and HIV/AIDS ribbons and wristband of the LIVESTRONG Foundation, BLMA was created to bring awareness and symbolize a crisis. It is a call to action and a response to the virulent anti-Black racism that permeates our society. The purpose is to serve as a symbol to solidarity, awareness and protest against the incessant police brutality and senseless black murders that have historically and, most recently, increasingly been occurring across our nation. The colors of the ribbon are red and black; red representing the innocent blood that has been shed in the Black communities, black for the innumerable Blacks, whose lives have been lost due to excessive use of force by police. The mission of BLMA is to provide a financial system that provides support for the #BlackLivesMatter movement, families of victims with head of household replacement income. BLMA will also support organizations committed to positively impact the Black Community through donations to Black Student Fund, Tech Impact Initiative of Hands Up United, Bereavement Fund/Fellowship of Reconciliation, Artists as Tutors, and Second Baptist Church Los Angeles. Wearing this ribbon is intended to show others that Black lives are valuable and that violence against Black people will no longer be accepted, in particular from those paid to protect our communities. The BLMA ribbon can be purchased through the official website www.blmribbon.com or www.blacklivesmatterribbon.com. About Black Lives Matter Awareness: Black Lives Matter Awareness (BLMA) was formed as a response to recent events of police brutality towards Blacks across the country. In order to symbolize the struggle, Black Lives Matter Awareness created an awareness ribbon and bracelet. About #BlackLivesMatters: Rooted in the experiences of Black people in this country who actively resist our de-humanization, #BlackLivesMatter is a call to action and a response to the virulent anti-Black racism that permeates our society. Black Lives Matter is a unique contribution that goes beyond extrajudicial killings of Black people by police and vigilantes.

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