Black People : Black, Rich & Famous In The White Man World

MysteryDoors

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Why do some Black Men & Black Women that become rich and famous are infatuated with the White Man World, and how can that way of life influence the rest of us?
 

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MysteryDoors said:
Why do some Black Men & Black Women that become rich and famous are infatuated with the White Man World, and how can that way of life influence the rest of us?
Greetings MysteryDoors,

I'm afraid I am having difficulty understanding the question...

What exactly do you mean by "infatuated with the White Man World"?

Thanks.
 

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asafo87 said:
Greetings MysteryDoors,

I'm afraid I am having difficulty understanding the question...

What exactly do you mean by "infatuated with the White Man World"?

Thanks.
Admiration, Passion or Desire......:shades:
 

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Here's an interesting video by Bobby Hemmit.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fXLTb5hqrg4
Kellina Craig-Henderson, professor of psychology at Howard University Black Men in Interracial Relationships:

Washington, D.C.: If this is such an issue then why is it so much more common to see a black woman dating a white guy (comedy or drama) on tv or in the movies than it is to see a black man dating a white woman? This societal question is what we really should be asking.

Kellina Craig-Henderson: One of the reasons is that the people who make most mainstream movies, sitcoms, etc. continue to be White men. They craft "reality" as depicted in their films from their perspective. The White man is usually the powerful and desirable person in the film. Women in general are still viewed sexually more often than not, and the few Black women who get to star in mainstream films are viewed like most women, as the "prize." The victor of the film always gets the prize. America is still not entirely comfortable with depictions of interracial sex, and particularly with Black men and White women. What's more Black men continue to be represented in these films in some way that is less than desirable (thieves, gangsters, etc.) All of these factors interact to answer your query.
http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/discussion/2006/06/08/DI2006060800820.html
 
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