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QWhy do alot of black youth choose to listen to the white man about black history?

If you took a black scholar and scholar white
Why choose to read information from a student on a black background ? ?

Even my mentor ( who has a PhD in Psychology and former black panther ) says that if you are 50yrs old and younger and do not know these two basic things :

1) everyone came from black people


2) the native peoples in the era before Christ , throughout Africa and the Middle East ( which was considered Africa before European colonization ) were black ....

... then you are ignorant

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#1Curcuma . Answered at 2012-10-24 18:10:35
Unless a scholar Black ( Black or a professional in general) speaks against blacks or black communities or does not say a word about the whites , he / she will never be taken seriously . Whenever a Black scholar finds information that puts a positive light on black or black empowers people , he / she is automatically stereotyped as "too Afro -centric" .
#2JESSICA*********HELLLPPP!!!Answered at 2012-12-08 03:05:51
Brainwashing works for good .
#3NealaAnswered at 2013-01-04 06:42:17
How about a question that has no prejudice and is really something to listen
#4Lil KidAnswered at 2013-01-12 20:57:51
I agree with accomplice.
#5BrodyAnswered at 2013-02-02 02:29:11
He is an expert , regardless of the color of the skin . And its premise is partial . Also I have some difficulty accepting any body with a doctorate would say what he said they did.
#6MyriamAnswered at 2013-02-18 04:38:50
I would not say that everyone came from blacks and Y be a white guy just because your black you do not u kno every thing about black people if a guy and a black wight go to school and study the same stuf would outsmart black is not the kind wight im saying the boys wight beter but what if u choose a type wight
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