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#10 - asimplepotato (12/04/2013) [-]
African-American is in fact more racist then black for these reasons.

Black and white can be used on every person from every country, while African-American is limited to America, that's not so bad, is it?
Well, what if a black person goes to America? He would instantly become African-American, which is wrong.

And how is it for black Europeans, are they black or African-Europeans?

And how about Africans, are they African-African? No that's just silly, they're just African right? But how about white Africans? Wouldn't it be racist when a white and a black person are standing in Africa and one is white and the other is African even though both are African?

Black and white are equal. Both gets a color instead of one getting a special name.

If they changed from black to African-American, then why didn't they change white to European-American? That would be equality.

So to summon it up. African-American is far more racist then black, as it treats black people different.

Michael Jackson - Black Or White
#59 to #10 - anon (12/05/2013) [-]
**** like "African-European" makes sense if you're talking about ancestry, though. It's just pointless in daily conversation
User avatar #43 to #10 - hoponthefeelstrain ONLINE (12/05/2013) [-]
They gave whites the name "Caucasian".
User avatar #39 to #10 - toastandbananas (12/05/2013) [-]
>implying europe has enough black people for everyone else to give a ****
User avatar #38 to #10 - scentless (12/04/2013) [-]

Everyone just start using this. Someone calls you white, blue, green or brown; take none of that racism ******** , and give them a fistful of knowledge!
#33 to #10 - mcmortadela (12/04/2013) [-]
Summon it up, bitch
(no black yuna from ffx, ffx-2 will have to do)
User avatar #23 to #10 - kristovsky ONLINE (12/04/2013) [-]
in the UK we say "Afro-Caribbean" don't know how it is for other Eurofags.
#36 to #23 - willdawg (12/04/2013) [-]
What part of the UK do you live in to say that?
User avatar #66 to #36 - kristovsky ONLINE (12/05/2013) [-]
its what is posed on all the census forms etc i have seen, so i would believe it to be the technically correct term. as for general usage, i wouldn't know since the idea of human interaction disgusts me.
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