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This is what living while Black in America means

The clothes you wear out, whether or not to go for a run, where to travel, how to behave in public... Living while Black in America means second-guessing small, everyday decisions.

22/06/2020 4:35 PM

20 comments

  • Angélique C.
    20/11/2020 19:34

    Its so sad. One day hopefully things will change. Lots of love from one human being to another.

  • Sonam R.
    22/09/2020 04:37

    Ugh this is so sad to see in 2020 America’ like wtf is going on!!

  • Craig N.
    11/09/2020 03:13

    Try being an old white male, walking though a black community, you won't, its too dangerous.....

  • Khartonia P.
    10/09/2020 14:52

    I live here in Florida and it's racist here.

  • Brahim A.
    09/09/2020 05:58

    Colour doesn't make difference and we are all brothers in humanity

  • Joyce L.
    08/09/2020 16:52

    I must be living on another planet from earth because I thought slavery had ended and people could freely go about the business OMG I’m glad I don’t live in a country that suppress or stifle my existence!

  • Q S.
    08/09/2020 14:28

    That this is a norm for our brothers & sisters of color, STILL, makes me angry & sad. Glad they shared their experiences, upset & angry that they are still having them. We need education & integration so we can all move forward, as one nation.

  • Rachel S.
    08/09/2020 13:05

    We lack an understanding and awareness of what mental illness is, we are reluctant or ashamed to admit it, and mental illness is highly stigmatized. If we thought of mental illness like we do heart disease, then symptoms like depression would be like chest pain or anxiety would be like shortness of breath. Read: https://desiobstinate.com/menace-of-mental-illness/

  • Jalil B.
    08/09/2020 12:03

    Even though I taught in a mostly black areas some of their experiences never crossed my mind. God would help us see and realise the way they feel.

  • Cheryl P.
    08/09/2020 11:09

    This is awful and we need to make some big changes. I too feel very bad for my Black brothers and sisters who have to live with this kind of fear. It is disgraceful.

  • Puji Y.
    08/09/2020 09:57

    Negara pencetus HAM tapi warganya sendiri selalu ketakutan dengan hak asasi sebagai manusia dalam hidupnya...

  • Teresa M.
    08/09/2020 05:48

    I’m soo sorry. 😔

  • Teresa M.
    08/09/2020 01:28

    I’m soo sorry. 😔

  • Kathleen B.
    07/09/2020 22:38

    How SAD to know and SAY that this DOES exist in AMERICA in 2020!!! For ANYONE to even THINK that RACISM does not exist in AMERICA is insanely UNCONSCIONABLE!!!

  • Carmen B.
    07/09/2020 22:16

    Bless yall heart it's a shame being judged by your skin.

  • AJ A.
    07/09/2020 22:02

    🙄🙄🙄🙄🙄🙄🙄🙄🙄

  • Herbert E.
    07/09/2020 21:41

    In my 63 years, I find this all too familar!

  • Eirene Y.
    07/09/2020 21:33

    Wow. Thanks for sharing. Very insightful. Very unfortunate as well.

  • Mirna M.
    07/09/2020 21:17

    I am glad I listened to this video. The thinking of these young people is coherent and thoughful. It helped me reflect on what are some of the everyday issues African Americans face. I respect their intelligence and objectivity, taking personal responsibility in order to respond to these challenges. This is so powerful.

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