I had a girl tell me once that my oppinions on bigots and oppression "don't matter" and that I had "no idea" what oppression feels like as a white male.
I told her about growing up as a the only white kid in my school in Hawaii, being called derogatory names, even by my teachers, and harassed and assaulted on a daily basis for years.
Rather than apologizing, she unfriended me on facebook, and hasn't talked to me in years. haha
As a person of partial-negroid ancestry, I've always been amused / disgusted by some of the things many so-called "black" people believe, 4-X
I'm black. My genetic makeup is so varied that calling me "black" is like calling fruit cocktail "peaches".
That only white people can be racist; what are they smokin'?
That all white people ARE racist, even if they themselves don't know it. (??????)
That because I don't run around, proclaiming my "blackness" at every opportunity, I hate black people, and I hate myself.