Black person

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He told the audience: "I saw figures the other day that showed that only one black person went to Oxford last year.
Miss Lee told the BBC: "A gentleman called me to say there shouldn't be a black person representing York and he said he would 'get all of us'.
To any black person who lived through the 70s when "racist" language was an everyday occurrence, the use of the term golliwog is hugely offensive.
Henry said she could feel the isolation and depression of her character in the way she was treated as a black person in Dublin.
Someone who'd never vote for a black person is a racist.
Within a scant two years, numerous books regarding lynching and all it entails have been published and provide more information than any rational black person probably wants to know.
It is a shock for any black person to be called white," says Valerie Papaya Mann, president of the African American Association of Ghana.
McGruder and other black n-word users serve up the lame rationale that the more a black person uses the term, the less offensive it becomes.
IN JUST OVER TWO YEARS OF DNA TESTING, I may have become the most genetically well-documented Black person to date.
In my opinion, his acquittal rate is like having a black person as America's next president or the next prime minister of Great Britain.
This clearly means that the murder of a straight person or a black person by a black person is considered by this state, as of no real consequence at all.
In the conclusion of his catalogue essay for Lorna Simpson's recent survey at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Okwui Enwezor writes: "A portrait of a black person hanging in a museum is usually disturbing to viewers.
For instance, white people who describe themselves as unaffected by a person's race but display strong implicit bias against blacks on the IAT are especially apt to make unfriendly or rude overtures toward a black person in a brief laboratory encounter.
Eliminating every black person from American soil, Lincoln proclaimed, would be "a glorious consummation," and their peaceful "deportation" would allow "their places [to] be .