6 Racial Slurs Commonly Used That You May Not Have Realized
Do you know when you’re saying racist remarks? No matter who you are or where you come from, racial slurs are common. In certain parts of the hemisphere, these ugly words are very common. Some more than others causes damage control and if that starts then….well, you know the rest.
Are you familiar with the below racial slurs? If so, then maybe after reading the origin of the slur you will become familiar with the meaning and obsolete the word from your vocabulary.
Here it is: Six Common Racial Slurs….
If you are old enough to recall the 1980’s, you can remember those were the very active years among African Americans whom were not afraid to speak out against racial discrimination. However, it seems since many African Americans have arrived to blend into diversity, many of them have forgotten about the struggles during the civil rights movement and when Rev. Al Sharpton was extremely active leading marches against racial discrimination during the 1980’s. Now, since there has been so much diversity and many African Americans have intermarried with other races and bore bi-racial children, they seem to have neglected considering the causes of those whom have experienced racial discrimination. Furthermore, it seems like many African Americans have been so free, because so often many have stated racism is a problem that is behind us, they have also cease biblical laws against sin. Many now fight for the rights of homosexuality and have no consideration to unite to combat racial discrimination like in this recent case of the Trayvon Martin murder. They have became united with those whom are enemies of God and His biblical commandments. God seems to be trying to get attention of the race of black people as though He is trying to tell them not to forget who He is, slavery He saved them from and not to turn their backs on their own race whom are willing to peacefully unite. These tragedies just do not occur for no reason, there is always a spiritual message and lesson to learn from God. It is time for African Americans to seek Him.
The long time talk radio show host, Dr. Laura Schlessinger has made the announcement last night that she is quitting her talk show as of December this year. She told CNN’s Larry King: “My contract is up for my radio show at the end of the year, and I’ve made the decision not to do radio anymore.” She continued to add: “The reason is, I want to regain my First Amendment rights. I want to be able to say what’s on my mind and in my heart and what I think is helpful and useful without somebody getting angry, some special-interest group deciding this is the time to silence a voice of dissent and attack affiliates, attack sponsors. I’m sort of done with that.”