Last modified on September 20, 2019, at 02:09

Essay:Black racism

There's more racism among blacks in America, than among whites; or, at least, that's what blacks (who find it acceptable and even honorable to refer to each other using the N-word) themselves say.

Thomas Sowell wrote:

Even in legal cases involving terrible crimes — the O.J. Simpson murder trial or the charges of gang rape against Duke University students — many black “leaders” and their followers have not waited for facts about who was guilty and who was not, but have immediately taken sides based on who was black and who was white.[1]

A similar reaction (i.e. blacks assuming whites have committed a horrible crime) can also be observed in cases such as Treyvon Martin's attack on George Zimmerman.


  1. Who Is Racist? - Progress in race relations isn’t achieved by having minority leaders