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10 tips for non-blacks inspired by ‘Dear White People’


Dear White People is a satirical film exploring race relations on a fictional predominantly white college campus in the U.S. The film was a hit at the Sundance Film Festival earlier this year and is slated for box-office release sometime this fall.

This refreshing look at color lines in this country got me thinking about a few of the offensive, ludicrous  and downright silly remarks I’ve heard from white counterparts over the years. Here a few tips I think they could benefit from before awkwardly cornering their black co-worker.

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  1. Nigg.Newton on June 24, 2014 at 8:50 am

    Really, it’s 21st century and BLACK FOLKS are still dealing with RACE on their own.

    NOBODY is paying racism any attention anymore. BLACKS folks need to move on…Whites are more concerned with Immigration.

    We/Blacks need to start focusing on immigration too.

    • PeaceLove&Gap on June 24, 2014 at 6:50 pm

      What the are you talking about “on their own” Have you not looked at the news lately? The laws being passed, the insitutional racism, the innocent black children being shot down in the streets. Have you not heard the large amounts of…”We want our country back” from whites since President Obama entered office. Sir/Ma’am Please get a clue.

      • its getting good on July 23, 2014 at 1:38 pm

        innocent black children? you mean drug thug trayvon who brutally assaulted a man? or perhaps the thousands of blacks shooting other blacks.

  2. its getting good on July 23, 2014 at 1:37 pm

    Get over the holocaust. You might not this you stupid blithering idiots, but WHITES are blamed for that as well. 24/7 in the media.