The Role Of Social Media In African-American Society

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I, argue that the society of my race, (African-American/brown/black/colored) form their own hatred division against one another, which would give reasons other race to form their negative opinions towards colored people. The society identifies me as a young black female and the specifics of my appearance have a huge impact on the newer generation, peers, and other surroundings. Between race, socioeconomic status, political affiliation, gender and etc. race is the most salient because the younger generations today has divided themselves among each other. Social media plays a major role into youth lives, causing individuals to change who they are, what they will be in the future, and question what they want to be in the future. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. once stated, “I have a dream that my four little children will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the color of their skin, but…show more content…
On television, magazines, internet, and wherever social media are found, the African-American community is targeted. Black on black crime has decreased because of the white law enforcements on innocent black citizens has increased, causing a racial war and blacks reuniting together forming a black lives matter movement, turning the dream into a nightmare. Because of the majority of people who makes of the nations’ population, the white race is in favor compared to other race in the United States of America, neither which meaning the society will find a way not find fault nor resisting punishing the (white) criminal regardless of the hades crime they have committed. In this century, the black race has developed negative opinions against one another. Apparently, being a certain shade of brown determines expectation everywhere. For an example, there are most males of color who refuses to be in a committed relationship with a dark skinned female of color and vice

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