On Friday,it was sprinkling out as we were waiting outside of my son's school. One of his classmates came over by us with her jacket over her head. She said she couldn't get her hair wet,or it would look terrible. The teacher laughed and called her silly,and the girl said she wasn't trying to be. I said "it's true. Black hair tends to get HUGE when it gets wet" The teacher looked at me with shock on her face. How is that shock worthy? The child is black. She knows she's black,lol. So i'm not suppose to mention that she's black? The girl was not offended by my comment. She just nodded after I said it,and made a "see? I'm right" motion.
The teacher looked at me like I called her a n***er.
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Answer by m-avi at 8:23 PM on Sep. 23, 2013
So many people now day are hung up on the race thing. My DH is black. He doesn't mind being called black. But a lot of white people freak out and correct me by saying. "You mean AFRICAN AMERICA".
I am white IMO, not European American.
Answer by louise2 at 5:43 PM on Sep. 22, 2013
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