Do you think racial unity would actually be a bad thing?

Because everytime the mainstream media promotes it, it always ends up being a slippery slope

Lets take disco for example. In the 70s, it brought people of all races together on the dance floor.

In the 80s, there were shows such as Benson, Different Strokes, Facts of Life, Gimme A Break and Webster...then there were a lot of funk/ rb bands who were crossing over and there were a lot of collaboration songs with black and white artists.

Rap became mainstream in the mid 80s

Black shows such as the Cosby show were becoming more positive and less stereotypical

It wasn't until around 88 or 89 when folks were against racial unity by gangsta rap, socially conscious rap, accusing black pop artists of selling out...and it all went downhill from there

The point im making is everytime there is an attempt made for racial unity, there is a slippery slope.

Do you agree? 

2 Answers

  • Foofa
    Lv 7
    2 months ago
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    You seem to be speaking on issues in the US. So if you actually look at the history of race relations here you'll see that we fall into a unity phase, or at least a period where we're not obsessed with race, roughly every four years. Then like clockwork our media starts pumping out race based stories in the year leading up to every national election. Most people aren't consumed with race, but it has proved an effective way to irritate us every campaign season. 

  • Anonymous
    2 months ago

    Poland is 99% White and less than 1% Jewish. That's why there's no terrorist attacks, rape epidemic, grooming gangs or black thuggery in Poland like there is in France, Germany, Austria, Belgium, Netherlands, Italy, Norway, Sweden and Britain. 


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