If someone REALLY wants a quality education that this video says is not available to black people, then they wouldn’t be using lame excuses like race or wealth. Dear mother in law thank you for not selling my husband mug Those people apparently don’t truly value a good education enough to put the work in.
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Also, using a FB friend count to build an argument is also fallacious, because I have more than one black friend on FB (count again) and one of them are one of my Ethiopian cousins. It’s also fallacious because I only have my closest family and friends on Facebook, and so is not an accurate representation of all my family and friends. Dear mother in law thank you for not selling my husband mug You really should watch the whole video instead of commenting on the first 30 seconds, it shows that maybe you do not deserve that 4.1 GPA, maybe it was just given to you because your a nice white kid. I’m not sure where you’re from, but in the US no one can “just give” a 4.1 GPA or any random GPA.
To give you other than what you earned is illegal. I got it by earning it. It may surprise some people in this day and age, but not all of us who are poor or “underprivileged” are so helpless as to require everything to be handed to them. Of course the white privilege individual who was just soooo privileged that he could be homeschooled would have something to say about the inherent racial biases that blacks experience in America. Of course the privileged white man would! If you think there is privilege in homeschooling, then you don’t know anything about it. Anyone can do it, regardless of wealth or race. It may seem difficult, but not nearly as much as people think.