Tuesday, January 22, 2008

Black Women Slam CNN News Article

CNN is feeling the backlash for an article that discussed that black women much choose between their gender or their race in the upcoming South Carolina primary. Check it out. Folk better stop trying to tell black women how to vote and start answering some damn questions!


Anonymiss - January 22, 2008 at 9:17 AM  

Isn't it simply amazing how Blk women are being told what to do as if we're mindless children?

I discussed the same thing on my blog: http://anonymissblog.blogspot.com/2008/01/oprah-is-gender-traitor.html

I knew it was a matter of time before Oprah came under fire.

Anonymiss - January 22, 2008 at 10:18 AM  

Can the MSM seek commentary at places other than a hairdresser or barber shop?

wisdomteachesme January 22, 2008 at 10:19 AM  

it's nothing near 'amazing' to me...
this was and is to be expected from society concerning us.
women in general-no matter what color our skin is or what
socio-economic status we live in..and of course for bk women..

there is nothing new under the sun....not from the outside..in order to change the outside, people have to change the inside..
that is where all the fears, hate, and evil lives...on the inside
and people do not want to change because they have to admit there is something wrong with them....and that is the problem..that is why there is so much 'mess'going on, and until people change the way they think-nothing will change on the outside....

Anonymiss - January 22, 2008 at 11:52 AM  

I suppose you're right. I'm just insulted by the notion that we're conflicted and that we have to choose who we support based on things other than importantissues (the economy, the war, healthcare, education, etc.). I haven't met a woman that's thinking "What is I'se gon' do?" Myself included.


tasha212 January 22, 2008 at 10:15 PM  

I agree. We are far more intelligent than that.

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