”I am proud to be black” said a black man.
”I am proud to be Asian” said an Asian man.
”I am proud to be Native American” said a Native American man.
”I am proud to be white” said a racist.
”I feel like if I’m proud of my white heritage I will be seen as racist. There is a double standard. You can have black history month but you couldn’t have a white history month. You can have a scholarship program for blacks but you wouldn’t be able to have one for just whites. I’m not prejudiced I’m just tired of being politically correct. I’m proud of my heritage and I won’t apologize for being white.”
- In 2013, of the approximately 660,000 crimes of interracial violence that involved blacks and whites, blacks were the perpetrators 85 percent of the time. This meant a black person was 27 times more likely to attack a white person than vice versa. A Hispanic was eight times more likely to attack a white person than vice versa.