Evidence of this is derived from observing the actions of other Americans. White flight is one example of how the actions of fellow Americans verify they do not want black people around. What exactly is white flight? White flight is “the departure of whites from places (urban neighborhoods or schools) increasingly or predominantly populated by minorities” (“White Flight”). If black people were such a pleasure to be around then why don’t whites want to be in predominately black neighborh...
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...k people everywhere, because this implies this country is not black citizen’s home. Therefore, it is safe to say no one would ask anyone to leave a place they are welcome.
Creating discriminatory laws, isolating themselves from blacks, and negative social media posts all symbolize how black people are not wanted in the United States. This all comes as no surprise in lieu of recent events of police brutality. The only thing that matters in the United States is the black dollar. If black lives are not valued more than money, why give it to people who don’t consider you citizens and want you gone? By now, black people should be motivated to unite (stop killing each other) and build their own businesses, communities, and become economically self-sufficient. Since blacks are not wanted in the United States do not expect anyone to create laws to ensure complete equality.
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