Victoria Waldrip who posts under the moniker imwoahvicky, has been claiming that a DNA test revealed that she has black heritage - and she is now embracing it wholeheartedly. However, her antics - which include, twerking, saying the N-word repeatedly, rapping, fighting, messing about with 'guns' and cars and claiming she's pregnant - have seen her accused of insulting black people and black culture. Furthermore, the year-old has been accused of being racist, mostly due to the way she speaks with a southern drawl that is more typical in black communities in her home city of Atlanta, Georgia. Another added : "Everybody of the melanin family stupid for even following her!
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White man who punched black girl felt threatened by 'pack of youths' - INSIDER
In this bold and distressing novel, Joyce Carol Oates subjects American race relations to her relentless scrutiny. She has done so before in her many novels, but never with such honesty and penetration. A tale of betrayal and betraying, Black Girl, White Girl is set in the mids on the campus of Schuyler, an East Coast women's college proud of its liberal traditions and scholarships for "people of colour". Genevra Meade, "well-behaved to the point of invisibility", is delighted to be placed with a black roommate, Minette Swift, and yearns to become her best friend.
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The attorney for a white man who was filmed punching a black girl in the face last weekend is speaking out to defend his client's actions. David Steven Bell, 51, was arrested on assault charges Saturday after video showed him punching an unidentified year-old girl outside the Asheville Mall in North Carolina. Video of the assault quickly went viral and has been viewed millions of times online. Some have called the incident racist.
Studies of resumes have found that people with black-sounding names are less likely to get callbacks. The resumes with the white-sounding names were actually downloaded 17 percent more often by job recruiters than the resumes with black-sounding names. What are some of those names? Here's a list from the book "Freakonomics," by Steven D. Levitt and Stephen J.