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01-Oct-2015 13:23

While it never looks good when a white person references a group of black people as “you people” it isn’t necessarily a racist statement. Followed in a Store It’s easy to get racist vibes when you’re followed around a convenience store but it’s a tricky proposition.

Most people, black, white, whatever, about to commit a crime are dressed for the part.

A black man wearing stereotypical clothing made famous by the media (a hoodie) is more likely to be hawked in the store than one wearing a business suit.

As someone that has tested this theory out on multiple occasions I can tell you its exceedingly easy to shoplift when you’re dressed for a corporate office.

Socially, it causes us to defend and define our existence out of habit.

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@“You people”I know the phrase “you people” to be quite useful to describe a group of folks that share one or more bothersome qualities, like “you people taking up all the space by the subway car door” or “you people who don’t wait till passengers get off the car before boarding” and even “you people who keep sitting on my car.” Annoying people come from all ethnic backgrounds.

Being Confused as a Store Clerk Ever go shopping in [insert chain store here] and a white person asks you for help?

The first thing you think is, “Oh, you think I work here because I’m black? There are plenty of non-racist reasons someone might think you work there like your outfit.

Now, those ignorant enough to still don shoe polish are publicly crucified or worse.

But while you’ll probably always double-take when you see a white person in dark face paint it’s not necessarily racist or blackface.

@“You people”I know the phrase “you people” to be quite useful to describe a group of folks that share one or more bothersome qualities, like “you people taking up all the space by the subway car door” or “you people who don’t wait till passengers get off the car before boarding” and even “you people who keep sitting on my car.” Annoying people come from all ethnic backgrounds.

Being Confused as a Store Clerk Ever go shopping in [insert chain store here] and a white person asks you for help?

The first thing you think is, “Oh, you think I work here because I’m black? There are plenty of non-racist reasons someone might think you work there like your outfit.

Now, those ignorant enough to still don shoe polish are publicly crucified or worse.

But while you’ll probably always double-take when you see a white person in dark face paint it’s not necessarily racist or blackface.

So when you’re getting a watchful eye from a store clerk or owner, take solace in the fact that though you are being profiled, it isn’t necessarily race related.