From the inception of the United States, the American Negro has been on an insidious path of social, culture and collective public and private genocide and emasculation by the American system. One famous American Negro called it a public lynching. Through the years, the American Negro has been called nigger, colored, boy, black, nigga, house nigga and African American.
Yet, with all of these culturally accepted names, the American Negro is still a Negro! Today, a few Negroes have received some fame and fortune but as soon as they step out of their position, the status quo puts them back in their place with public lynching in the media. The status quo has used intimidation, domination and exploitation to continue the systematic process of emasculation and genocide of the American Negro male.
How can an American Negro are called African-American when 99% have never been to Africa. The American Negro is a culturally constructed image of the darker pigmented skin people of America.
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