Honestly and truthfully, it is hypocritical and bias for the American media reporting the outraged over a single White woman Mom Beauton Gilbow. Viewed in a suspected video participating in a sing along to a Black Rap Artist hit song which is an Explicitly Dumb-Found Negro,” uses the n-word, not to mention well-known other rap artist uses as a chorus line / hook. People are reacting as though today’s White and Black youth are immune from American Racism and its institutionalized behaviors and grotesque practice denying equal access in the society to Black Americans.

On the other side of this issue too many Black American use the n-word like drinking Kool-Aid in the hood on hot summer days.

Black Americans on the other hand of the effects of racism justify use of, and condone Blacks ‘seemingly’ the privilege of using the n-word as a term of endearment be allowed exclusive use of the n-word in the American society and world for that matter.

This linguistic degenerative metamorphosis (n-word) into Black American culture is a phenomenon in the human family. Possibly no other enslaved race, or group in the history of the human family is known to adopted and endear slave master’s derogatory titles place on his or her group after freedom was given. The phenomenon more importantly, testifies to the psychological damage American Institutionalize Racism obviously has caused on too many descendants of American Black / African slaves, and free Black men and women during institutionalized slavery times.

A1-typical hypocrisy of modern-day Black men and women that profess cultural / race Blackness but follow in the linguistic traditions of days gone when slave traders and slave-masters reduced enslaved Black Africans to the level of “beast of burden.”

The American society which for the most part guided by the power and influence of the mass-media complex was serious about exposing and eliminating institutional racism it would condemn all social mechanisms of it practiced by all members and institutions of the American society. The Rap music industry endorses the n-word in much of its lyrical content, as an art form of expression. I ask who, what and why, racist behavior and beliefs are responsible for today’s continue use of the n-word? I really don’t have an authoritative answer and maybe our society will find sole responsibility for the present day use of the n-word by too many Black Americans in private and public circles.

Resolving social racism and its continue practices in the American society will never end by pointing fingers at racist mechanism when they come to light in view of the public eye of scrutiny, nor by ignoring the irrational use of the n-word by members of our society which the word devised intentions was to demise.

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