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Question by Srta. Argentina: Do you honestly think everything is about white people?
Do you think whites have it easy?
I moved to America from Argentina in 2001. I have lived in three places so far: 1. a mixed neighborhood of blacks and hispanics, 2. a rural area alone, 3. on my own now in a city that’s 94% white (I looked it up).
I don’t think any race has it “easy” or “made.”
You can’t say that blacks are “uneducated” becaues they CAN’T go to college, there are hundreds of blacks at the University of Detroit Mercy (a private Catholic school, so yes they can get accepted any where).
I am Hispanic, so I don’t say we have it hard either. My stepmom (I call her mom) is Hispanic American and she has a very good job as a CNA, makes lots of money, and I have never heard her say anything about people being racist with her (other than our movie fiasco).
People are going to find any reason to hate. We all could be purple, but you’d not be purple enough and they’d let you know. We all could have the same eyes, and they’d say your eyes are different.
I truly think you need to let it go, I don’t base anything by race and i find it ludicrous you base all your assumptions, “It’s because he’s black” or “It’s because she is white.”
Really? Is it? I think if a black person has 40 years of medical practice and a white person just got out of medical school and was sued for malpractice the black is going to get the job regardless of race.
Argentinians range in color.
My mom is pretty dark, people ask if she is dominican.
My father is very light, looks white (hence the movie fiasco).
I wish to be a happy medium and I am lean towards one color rather than a mix.
It’s like most races, you come in different shades. I am from Northern Argentina, so we tan easier and some are a “tanned-looking” white people.
Answer by B’s_Girl
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