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Posted by suave_bro, Tue Mar-22-05 05:02 PM
>My ongoing conversations with Mr. Kim (my boss) have made me
>ask some questions that I would like to pose here in
>Is the lack of cohesivenes among Black people THAT obvious to
>everyone else, including Asian immigrants?
- absolutely. but if your boss had said this to your average everyday non-thinking 106 n park watching black person his comments would have been labeled as "racist."
>Isn't it amazing that Black "Conservatives" seem to distance
>from Pan-Africanism /Black Nationalism, but Jewish or Asian
>"Conservatives" EMBRACE their respective ethnicity?
- this question is a bit confusing; are you asking why dont black conservatives embrace black nationalism and pan africanism or why dont black conservatives embrace their "ethnicity?"
>In your opinion, how important (if at all) is a sense of
>history and culture to the economic success of A GROUP?
- not important at all. one has nothing to do with the other. that's like saying a black person cant become rich and learn how to make their money grow if they dont fully understand their culture and black history...
your boss is right though.