I read your comment on Jayz and his losses, and I couldnt agree with you more! Now that i see you from H-town, I can understand more why. Im from Austin. Looking to start a business of mine soon, and I have the exact same sentiment of having a white person in the forefront. Personally, I thinking a little petite blonde or redhead myself! You know how it goes down here in Texas! You ever see that commercial for pest control where the guy says "We kill your bugs"?? A black man owns that business. I suprised to find that out. Its the same thing. You dont need to know who "owns" it, just who to do business with!! PEACE
Now if that was what you had wrote in the first place i could do nothing but agree with you. I dont agree with racial profiling of any kind. We know first hand the damage it can do, but I also dont agree with my culture being torn down to make a point. Black people did not present this bill and from what i know we are not in the majority in the state of Arizona, so why throw us under the bus for what is happening? Stereotyping is just as much profiling as everything else that's going on and that was offensive to me a black woman. But it's all good..i understand your point. Also just FYI...the black people that helped build this country are not all dead...I realize you are not from the deep south, but this place is thick with histroy and struggle are still alive today...my granmother was a slave, and my grandfather was born in 1902 and just died recently..they were both slaves.
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