I went to the store to pick up some things for MIL. When I got to the register there was a line of three other people. While waiting, the black guy at the cash register forgot something and ran back to pick it up. The white guy behind him shook his head and screamed out "Hurry up you ni**er!" Everyone burst out laughing including the cashier until they saw me, the only black person in line. I just stood and stared while it processed in my brain. I end up walking out the store without the things i was suppose to get for MIL. I don't know what happened after that(pretty sure the black man heard him, the white guy was pretty loud). I went back to MIL's house(having a barbecue) and she asked me where the stuff was. I explained to her what had happened and how I just left everything there. She told me I should have gave the man a piece of my mind. What would you have done if you was in that situation?
Asked by Anonymous at 6:09 PM on Jun. 12, 2011 in Politics & Current Events
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Answer by grlygrlz2 at 7:21 PM on Jun. 12, 2011
"Hurry up you ni**er!"
You hear this in movies, on BET, in rap music, and down the halls of my middle school all the time. The only difference is that it is blacks saying it to blacks. I hate a double standard. If it is not ok for a white person to say it, it is NOT ok for a black person to say it. Until blacks stop using it, nothing will change. Permission is given when it is put on blast with the sound systems of cars as they ride down the rode or pull up anywhere and the world hears it. I'm glad you don't like the word, but it has to stop everywhere. Being indignant a white person is just as racist as you saw the person saying the word as being.
Answer by jesse123456 at 10:37 AM on Jun. 13, 2011
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