Is the ‘Black American’ debate redefining what ‘being black’ means?

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In recent times, the need to ignore the ‘superiority of race’ and other borders that have rippled humanity and facilitated more injustices have been brought to light following several events. However, while many have taken a stance against these injustices and ideas that our differences should not be integrated, the conversation on race and borderlines that comes with race identity will always spark mixed reactions from people.

In a fresh trend on Twitter, many are drawn to the conversation about the Black community using past and recent activities in America as a yardstick for their discussion.

While no one can say for sure what led to this trend, there are speculations that an earlier drama between Nigerian Jackie Aina and Jennifer Lopez might have sparked the conversation.

While the trending conversation touched on some areas of the drama, a larger part of the ‘Black American’ trend addressed identity, racism and White Supremacy.

As many drew attention to what seems to be the ‘perceived’ characteristic of Blacks, a few others went further to point out that Black people are their own problems as they also shared theories backing their claims. They noted that black people are responsible for whatever identity people have tagged them with.

However, some hold the opinion that the blacks in America and across borders are still experiencing the effects of slavery which they pointed out is the major cause of the problem in the world today.

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