Family driven? I think we have to be careful about our cultural stereotypes, both positive and negative. I mean, what about all the black children being raised with no father? Lots of women and children in America are abandoned by deadbeat dads and blacks are doubtless very well represented in this category.<br><br><br>That noted, what a powderkeg race is.<br><br><br>[color:red]_________________________</font color=red><br>[color:white]Max </font color=white><br>
Loc: Pinellas Park, Florida
I work with a lot of Black Americans. Many still live in an extended family. Their family history is passed down from one generation to the other. These folks know who their second and third cousins are. Some may not know their father, but they sure can tell you about aunts, uncles, cousins, brothers, sisters, grandparents, and great grandparents.<br><br>
Wasn't disputing your claims at all, just saying that you have the good coexisting alongside of the bad. Matter of fact, when you get down to it, race has nothing to do with it all, does it? It's all about people being the strange, contradictory, conflicted creatures that we are.<br><br>[color:red]_________________________</font color=red><br>[color:white]Max </font color=white><br>
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