The Boondocks by Aaron McGruder for November 26, 2021

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    GirlGeek Premium Member 6 months ago

    No, she’s biracial. Can we please move on from this principal now

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    batmanwithprep  6 months ago

    To me it feels kinda harmful for Tom and Sara to tell Jazmine that she’s “neither”.

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    fuzzbucket  6 months ago

    She isn’t a black. She’s a little girl, and should only be judged on her personality and her interests.

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    Ellis97  6 months ago

    The measure of a man is by his actions, not his background.

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    Gen.Flashman  6 months ago

    “The one-drop rule has long been taken for granted throughout the United States by whites and blacks alike, and the federal courts have taken “judicial notice” of it as being a matter of common knowledge. State courts have generally upheld the one-drop rule, but some have limited the definition to one thirty-second or one-sixteenth or one-eighth black ancestry, or made other limited exceptions for persons with both Indian and black ancestry. Most Americans seem unaware that this definition of blacks is extremely unusual in other countries, perhaps even unique to the United States, and that Americans define no other minority group in a similar way"https://www.pbs.org/wgbh/pages/frontline/shows/jefferson/mixed/onedrop.html

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    AndrewSharpe  6 months ago

    The principal has no principles.

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    Andylit Premium Member 6 months ago

    How timely. But today the teacher will tell Jazmine that her mother is a racist.

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    GreggW Premium Member 6 months ago

    The one drop rule strikes again. Interesting that so many whites and blacks agree with it.

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