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In most situations, the word "boy" is not a problem. Used to describe an African American man, however, the word is troublesome. That's because whites routinely described black men as boys to suggest that they were not on equal footing with them. Both during and after slavery, African Americans weren't viewed as full-fledged people but as mentally, physically and spiritually inferior beings to whites. Calling black men "boys" was one way to express the racist ideologies of yesteryear.
You know that to much Whiskey no tango or foxtrot. And you like to insult
GREAT PRESIDENT OBAMA.
You do that by purpose. You are nothing else than a small thinking yesterday Republican fanatic. Calling black men "boys" was one way to express the racist ideologies of yesteryear.
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