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I'm a white guy who was brought up in a Western Auto store. Remember those? The way I described them to people now is that we "sold everything but food!" But when I think, I have to take that back. I think we may have carried some beef jerky on a hanging rack like you see in a grocery store! But, back to the point. Dad always used to tell me "the customer is always right", to a point. In this case, yeah, sell them to the white girl and don't give her a hard time about it!
I absolutely love that last woman ! She’s awesome !
Discrimination goes both ways as it always has. Hating someone for the color of their skin is small minded and immature. Appropriation of a culture is a whiney. We are the great melting pot. We are AMERICANs. If you need to be anything else you need help. He is right. What is right or wrong not what is black, red, white or yellow.
I think this is my favorite WWYD video I’ve seen yet. That last shopper...I just want to hug her.
Remember when P!nk use to dress in R&B clothes back in 2000
...the universe sees us
...the universe sees us differently, and behind the colour of our skins, and the layers of our flesh are a thousand thoughts and a thousand capabilities. Annalisa Toccara talks about how difficult it is living in a world that is judgemental and stereotypes people like her. Annalisa explains in this talk how she has fought through the pains of depression to create a healthy space around for her self and for others who are less confident. Annalisa Toccara is an award-winning cultural producer, freelance journalist, and digital strategist. With a degree in Theology and an incoming MA in International Public and Political Communication from The University of Sheffield, Annalisa is the founder of a leading social enterprise, Our Mel and in 2017, launched Sheffield’s first Black History Month Festival. Annalisa is also Head of Campaigns, Policy and Communications at Press Red - a charity educating, equipping and empowering on gender-based violence. Annalisa was honoured to receive a Women’s Centenary Award by the Lord Mayor of Sheffield in 2018 and is one of the Northern Power Women 2019 Future List. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx
[email protected] big girl
Obese people need to stop making excuses for their weight and be real
9 minutes and not much value
Let’s see what happens in 15 years when diabetes, high blood pressure, and heart disease kicks in
She’s killing her self now by over eating.
Stay a victim. It’s easier to try to make people feel bad for you.