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Kipkoech Lelei

On the crossroads of oppression?

A Black man sexually harassing two Black woman who walk into a store in an attempted to flee from him. Apparently, this store is White-owned and the owner comes over to (assess and hopefully) calm the commotion caused by this rowdy assaultive Black man and in the process, spews racist slurs at him as the two traumatized Black women watch.

So, is it fair and equitable for them (the sexually harassed women) to feel obligated to put that white lady in her place for uttering racist slurs against someone that’s actually sexually harassing them?

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2 Her Answers

  1. Yes. Sexual harrasment is not right, so it racism. So if they allow the white lady to racially attack the black man, then they have a no problem with sexual harrasment, they have a problem with the black man.

    Yes. Sexual harrasment is not right, so it racism. So if they allow the white lady to racially attack the black man, then they have a no problem with sexual harrasment, they have a problem with the black man.

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  2. Two crimes were committed here: racism and violence and each should be put to book as much as it would have if done alone.

    Two crimes were committed here: racism and violence and each should be put to book as much as it would have if done alone.

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1 Him Answer

  1. there should not be an either or. the black man should be charged for his actions and so should he white man. black women have for far too long been oppressed and asked to protect every other person.

    there should not be an either or. the black man should be charged for his actions and so should he white man. black women have for far too long been oppressed and asked to protect every other person.

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