“Black Prosperity Is Not An Anomaly” – Charles Blow On What It Feels Like To Live In A Majority-B…

Published on January 29, 2021

Charles Blow, “The New York Times” op-ed columnist and author of, “The Devil You Know: A Black Power Manifesto,” moved to Atlanta after spending 25 years in New York City and he describes what it is like to be Black in a majority-Black city. #Colbert #TheDevilYouKnow #CharlesBlow

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  • mary jones 2 years ago

    brilliantly explained, ty mr blow, mr and mrs colbert, mr batiste and stay human.

  • John Ree 2 years ago

    The problem is that there is no white supremacy issues where the government suppress black people. If you think so then you are a racist.

  • Tsar Fox 2 years ago

    Regular White people problems now include your hedge fund being tanked by Redditors.

  • John Buckner 2 years ago

    Move to White Appalachia, where white people wish they had your problems.

  • Stewart M 2 years ago

    Damn he attractive

  • Erin Dorsey 2 years ago

    Mr. Blow (virtually) spoke at my school last semester – so wise

  • New Message 2 years ago

    Very well said.

  • ZaneofAustin 2 years ago

    what a great world it would be only dealing with white man problems hahaha
    that’s such a reasonable ask lol
    especially to white people, who know exactly how “to get their way” by complaining.

  • Jason Tighe 2 years ago

    Go Charles, I support you.

  • TK Wallace 2 years ago

    I grew up in a majority-Black city, currently live in a majority-minority city, and only in the last few months an *slowly* starting to realize how different things are in most of the United States is. Because you don’t think about it: the proverbial fish doesn’t know how to answer “What’s it like to live in water?” because it just is! It *IS* reality – you treat people with respect irrespective of race or ethnicity (or gender, et al.) because they’re *people*. Never sunk in until today (rough day) that somehow people didn’t see all people as “people”. I’m still a bit confounded by it.

  • Cinder Man 2 years ago

    “That’s an amazing feeling.” Charles spoke volumes with that sentence. Here’s to hoping that that “feeling” can be spread to EVERY city, town, neighborhood… One can dream, right? ☮💖

  • Peege Clarke 2 years ago

    I know things were just said.. but , whatever this title is , it should be less
    ‘Cool’ or ‘ghetto’ or .. wtfe…
    And use English words so I can tell what you’re trying to say here in America where we speaky the lingie.

  • Just Victoria 2 years ago

    Why the heck is this only 2 minutes long?!

  • Mother Rhoyne 2 years ago

    I lost my mother to COVID19.

  • Miriam 2 years ago

    Hearing the south being described as the place for black people to be prospering and free from prosecution from the police is like hearing something out of a mirror universe.

  • Ka0s Kitt 2 years ago

    My one wish for all of us is to have the unearned confidence, and opportunities of a middle-class white man.

  • Andre 3000 2 years ago

    Wow shortest ever wow. Wonder why…

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  • Renee Brutvan 2 years ago

    Regular white people problems? I guess bad hair days and 3rd degree sunburn sound trivial to you. Sniff. 😢

  • Daye Gilharno 2 years ago

    “…the privilige of regular white people problems”? – Believe me, you don’t want to have them, they just make you feel empty inside!


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