В мире моды скандал и вы скорее всего уже в курсе. Мы попросили объяснить на всякий случай, если вы ещё об этом не знали. "N-word" - это не только то, что говорят своим близким друзьям из серии "брат, бро, братан и тд" ... другое значение (главное!!) озвучено выше. Потому поднялась такая волна вокруг российского дизайнера #УльянаСергеенко и ее подруги #МирославаДума Данным видео мы не выражаем какую-либо точку зрения. Оно опубликовано для тех, кто не знал ранее "происхождения" этого слова. #Nword#parisfashionweek#couture#fashion#Paris#pmfw
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Wanna know why others so freely and publically do the things they do with this word.... @Regranned from @blackmenwithbeards - [Disclaimer: This post is meant to inspire dialogue and start a peaceful conversation about the N-Word. Any negative comments will be deleted so let’s keep it respectful.]
The infamous N-word, whether it’s used as a term of “endearment” or a way to dehumanized black folks, it still creates a feeling of discomfort when used in mixed company.
I think we’ve all heard every reason in the book to justify its use (if indeed a book was written), but when I asked family, friends and associates why they believe it should or should not be used, the answers varied.
Brother Soliman in a heart felt Facebook Post said “It’s easy to ride on some #niggas, but how would you feel if the homies said, you ready to ride on some brothers? And when you look at it like that; something should click inside your brain where you’re like wow, you know! The #Nword could literally be a life changer if it were actually erased from the #BlackMan’s vocabulary...”
When I asked my black nail technician how she felt about the word, she simply stated the way it’s used shouldn’t matter unless there’s a negative connotation behind it, i.e. referring to the homies as “my niggas” or a woman going on a rant claiming “niggas ain’t shit”.
During Taco Tuesday yestersay, I asked a male associate who happens to be both Cuban and Honduran how he felt about the word, and he said that it’s a bit hypocritical for black folks to use it and be upset when anyone else out of the group uses it, especially when it comes to music where the lyrics of most rap songs are laden with explicit lyrics and nigga can be dropped in every other verse.
I also asked my sister (who rarely uses it at all) what she thought about the word. Personally, she didn’t have an issue with its use, but if someone else that wasn’t black said it, she’d a have a problem with it.
What do you think? Comment below!
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They say #ittakesavillage, well, the village that raised #NewKidsontheBlock was predominately black/African-American. For the first 3 years of our careers, we played for all black audiences in and around Boston. We honed our craft and made records in the black sections of #Roxbury and #Dorchester. The rest of the guys were already used to a diverse, intergrated upbringing and- as @donniewahlberg so eloquently has told, they were part of the good that came out of busing. I grew up in #JamaicaPlain in a more middle class white neighborhood. However, I was lucky enough to not grow up in a racist household. And when I would drive to Roxbury and Dorchester it was without fear- maybe some caution and curiosity of an outsider, but a kid who was taught to never say the #nword. And in those 3 years- when I was 12, 13, 14, 15 years old- I felt nothing but love and encouragement from those black communities. It's a shame I even have to point that out, but I wanted to share my experience as part of the long and painful history of racism in Boston. It's a travesty that we still have people in our city that are either just plain mean and hateful or dumb or both. I applaud #AdamJones for how he has handled what has happened at #FenwayPark. And it breaks my heart that a city where the world comes to learn can have such ignorance within it. But there is still poison in the wound and so let it out. Shine the light on this horrible hateful behavior. How about this: the ballpark is a safe place to stand up against #racism. I know I have turned a deaf ear on many occasions because I was scared to stand up. But if it happens at the game, talk to security- point it out on the down low if need be, but stand up and stop this now. Do not let the maggots, and termites eat away at what is a great world class city. Remember what our beloved #RedSox#BigPapi said, " #thisisourfncity"- so let's stand up for it. #Shinethelight#nohate