Out of blantant curiosity, just why is it that the display of such terms as "Black Pride" , "White Pride" , "Asian Pride" , or "Mexican Pride" automatically makes a person a target?
My BioFather has a Nazi flag hanging in his garage that can be seen from the road when the door is open. Not that my father is Nazi, or supports what they were ordered to do prior to WWII, but he appreciates the fact that
1.) It's a REAL, captured flag
2.) It's a symbol to represent our German descent
Answer by youngmom2004 at 4:48 PM on Dec. 11, 2009
Being too proud can be arrogant. It's one thing if the ethnic party has been oppressed, then they do need a lil pride to build them back up again to a good stature.
But, for instance...Americans, and some other countries have it all. And some "proud" Americans take it to the next level & just sound arrogant & egotistical. Same goes for many other cultures who have it good. It's important though to be proud of your heritage, but it's another thing if your ego shoots through the roof & you feel better than everyone else because of your background.
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