White Parents, Raising Black Children - Uncomfortable Conversations with a Black Man - Ep. 6

Emmanuel Acho sits down with Aaron & Jamie Ivey + their kids, to have an uncomfortable conversation about the struggles, differences and what they have learned, in raising black, white and mixed children. Emmanuel asks the Ivey's if they fear for their black children's lives and if the kids would rather have black parents raising them.
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  1. tsu. namie

    tsu. namie

    15 минутын өмнө

    i cried when Story spoke :((

  2. Lissette Cruz

    Lissette Cruz

    12 цагийн өмнө

    Watching this for the 3rd time still impacts me and makes me cry.

    • Charlie the dog

      Charlie the dog

      12 цагийн өмнө

      thats simply a lie, you are saying you cried on your 3rd go around? Why do people feel the need to exaggerate how impactful a video was on them?

  3. Jaleah Rowe

    Jaleah Rowe

    Өдрийн өмнө

    I feel this on a deep level,my younger sister and I (we are both african american girls) were both adopted into a completely white family/culture. Our childhood was horrible because my family is filled with police officers and very racist republican views,the entire black lives matter has been absolute hell. And I've never felt safe or connected to my true culture,and it sucks. Funny thing is alot of people have told me to my face that I'm the 'whitest' black person they've ever met...like wtf?

  4. N W

    N W

    Өдрийн өмнө

    What an amazing family. Not because they are multi-racial, but because they're all so sweet and caring! Six wonderful individuals. Good job with the parenting, mom and dad! Also, "Story" might be the coolest name I've ever heard.

  5. Shalaina Quarles

    Shalaina Quarles

    Өдрийн өмнө

    the parents are amazing and so educated. you can see that they genuinely love and care for their kids. i love their little familu

  6. lexi wagner

    lexi wagner

    Өдрийн өмнө

    so amazing.

  7. Gabriel thornton

    Gabriel thornton

    Өдрийн өмнө

    Great parenting

  8. Dan Rios

    Dan Rios

    Өдрийн өмнө

    Please add this to the playlist kind sir 👍🏾

  9. Jordan King

    Jordan King

    Өдрийн өмнө

    I think to some degree I will disagree with honoring or keeping “black culture, or heritage”. By all means let them know where their family comes from, let them know what they were about. But don’t try to make them conform to something they’re not immersed in or exposed to on the daily. It can forcibly make them identify with something that is in no way of their personal life. Let’s not force them into the compartment of being like the culture or heritage that their past relatives were of. If the culture and heritage of the past is something they enjoy or are fascinated with, then don’t deny them that. But at the same time, don’t tell a black kid “these were your people so this is who you are.” That’s a false and foreign social construct being forced upon their identity. It will limit their sense of self. Be neutral. Don’t deny, don’t identify.

  10. khashiana


    2 өдрийн өмнө

    excellent interview

  11. Alex Vasquez

    Alex Vasquez

    2 өдрийн өмнө

    As a mixed race person myself this video Is amazing 😍 all that and a bag of chips ❤️

  12. Tyra Ison

    Tyra Ison

    2 өдрийн өмнө

    “Do you fear for your black children’s lives?” “Everyday” I felt that. I am terrified to let my son out into this world. It’s crazy 😭

  13. Veronica Densey

    Veronica Densey

    2 өдрийн өмнө

    Can we do one with Mixed Children.. we're often seen as a novelty.. but the truth is growing up not fitting exactly in either perfectly is difficult as well. And even though i have these conversations with my children.. i think they'd benefit from seeing it on this platform. ❤

  14. Ivan Moreno

    Ivan Moreno

    3 өдрийн өмнө

    This hit hard.

  15. Angela Hamlett

    Angela Hamlett

    4 өдрийн өмнө

    There is a Black Woman on utube who is raising a beautiful blonde, blue eyed girl. You should hear the mean comments of how she should raise her own. All white parents have to remember is to make sure these Black little boys and girls learn the history of slavery. It's was so painful for me to watch The African Americans, Many Rivers To Cross that I cried, cried, cried. How and why would people do that to another human being? Slavery was not that long ago either.

  16. Ashley Berryhill

    Ashley Berryhill

    4 өдрийн өмнө

    Also, thank you for creating this show. It truly is an amazing opportunity to hear the thoughts and concerns of those of my brothers and sisters of color and hear ideas for solutions. One of my biggest hopes is that I can, in any way, help reduce their fears and help create a better, safer world for them to grow in. I hope that anyone who deals with these fears and bigotry knows that they do have allies, that they are not alone and they are very loved.

  17. Ashley Berryhill

    Ashley Berryhill

    4 өдрийн өмнө

    This show is so powerful, and it is a critical necessity in today's society. I do my best to practice self awareness and check my biases DAILY. We all have them and we need to be more open to talking (not arguing) about them. This show has opened my eyes to a lot of ideas and has forced me to further reflect on my personal life, as well as how I can positively contribute to my community in such a way that will help put an end to this fear and hate. I hope that in the future this family is able to live in a world that is more equal and loving. We all have more in common than we think. We should focus more on our similarities and help move our society in a more loving and accepting direction.

  18. B Ahmad

    B Ahmad

    4 өдрийн өмнө

    favourite episode so far

  19. Jace Ski

    Jace Ski

    5 өдрийн өмнө

    Could you address the statement of why black kids need to be adopted at a higher rate?

  20. Petunia Pop

    Petunia Pop

    5 өдрийн өмнө

    Aye Austin Texas represent! Thank you to your beautiful family for opening up and sharing with the entire world. It is a gift. ❤️

  21. Tyler Samuel

    Tyler Samuel

    5 өдрийн өмнө

    I already know deaccon gonna get hella females when he's older

  22. Abigail Gott

    Abigail Gott

    5 өдрийн өмнө

    I love the insight, I feel educated.

  23. plm2879


    6 өдрийн өмнө

    This white mom fears for her black sons! Come on America what else do you need to see?

  24. Tay Tay

    Tay Tay

    6 өдрийн өмнө

    AMAZING CONVO!!!!!!!!

  25. We’re always Awesome

    We’re always Awesome

    7 өдрийн өмнө


  26. Heather Steinberg

    Heather Steinberg

    8 өдрийн өмнө

    Thank you! Thank you! Thank you! Thank you for having all these conversations with families, individuals, police.....everyone! Keep up the great work Emmanuel!

  27. Melissa B.

    Melissa B.

    8 өдрийн өмнө

    I want to grab Story, hug her and tell her she is so loved. This is a beautiful story. America we need to do better for these children and all children, adults, PEOPLE in this country and beyond. I'm white I have privilege and I'm learning how to be honest with myself and do better 💗🙏

  28. Samiii Hajadu

    Samiii Hajadu

    8 өдрийн өмнө

    This was so important. Thank u.

  29. Shakira Marzuq

    Shakira Marzuq

    9 өдрийн өмнө

    Story crying really broke my heart 😫

  30. Nevroz Fehimli

    Nevroz Fehimli

    9 өдрийн өмнө

    I love Story!

  31. Kay Milohn Styles

    Kay Milohn Styles

    9 өдрийн өмнө

    This was great to watch. Soooo genuine. Wonderful family.

  32. brina71902


    9 өдрийн өмнө

    These episodes could be soooo much longer...and I’d watch!

  33. Rachael Shay

    Rachael Shay

    9 өдрийн өмнө

    Oh Story babygirl, I love you and your family. I love your brothers and you. You are a beautiful soul and YOU ARE WORTHY of a safe and happy place to live. All my love yall. Continue to fight to be the norm in our broken ass country. I love all of you. Thank you Emmanuel. Love your channel. I as a white- passing bi-racial person have learned so much of how my actions and words are precieved and i have had to check my own privilege. Thank you for providing a safe place for me to learn and grow without being judged. I deal with alot of internalized shame because I am the only white passing person in my immediate family besides my dad and I dont have to deal with some of the things my mom, brothers, and sister do. So this channel has been so educational for me. Thank you.

  34. Michala Dash

    Michala Dash

    9 өдрийн өмнө

    They left out a crucial statement that all people should understand. If you are law abiding citizen you have less of a chance of running into issues with police, fact.

  35. GraceNelly


    10 өдрийн өмнө

    I legit cried through this whole thing. This was so beautiful. What a beautiful family.

  36. call.me_angelique


    10 өдрийн өмнө

    This reminds me of the situation with my mom, but the opposite. So my mom is white and her ex boyfriend is black. Obviously being together he would take us kids (me and my sister) everywhere (store, walks, etc.) well it got so bad with him that my mom had to give him an information card that stated his relationship to us because people have called him in for being with 2 white kids. Honestly it makes me really sick that that’s the way he was treated and that’s how others are treated.

  37. Opinionated Ape

    Opinionated Ape

    11 өдрийн өмнө

    This is child abuse. If they aren't involved in crime or hang out with people involved in crime their risk of dying is statistically zero from murder.

  38. SlaySyd


    11 өдрийн өмнө

    Story is the cutest and seeing her cry completely broke my heart.

  39. dendy


    11 өдрийн өмнө

    bro pk subban is just in this video where the fuck are my hockey boys at god damn it

  40. dendy


    11 өдрийн өмнө


  41. Julie C

    Julie C

    11 өдрийн өмнө

    I wish my mother in law who is white and adopted a black child was this open-minded and understand the struggles of black people. Unfortunately, she doesn't understand that we live in the south and in a small town where most of the people here are white and racist. One day when I was talking to my sister in law she told me that her mother doesn't support the black lives matter and it made her upset that her mother didn't think her life mattered and that hurt me because as Latinx people I know how she kind feels living in a town like this and to make it worse she adopted a black child knowing how she family felt about black people (her father was in the kkk and they have family that still are!) I've heard the way the grandfather talkes about black people and it makes me soooo uncomfortable and sometimes wonder what they think about me and my Mexican family. Like are they saying similar things about me and my family?...

  42. Atasha Terrelonge

    Atasha Terrelonge

    12 өдрийн өмнө

    This is very surprising. I came in very skeptical but it was a very honest and open conversation. All 4 kids are beautiful and I’m glad I came across this video. When the little girl cried it broke my heart 💔

  43. Anton Massie

    Anton Massie

    12 өдрийн өмнө

    I have a mixed friend i used to work with and I asked him wich race does he identify with more and he gave me the same answer decon gave basically he said to all my white family im black and to all of my black family im black so he is more comfortable around his black side wich shows the racial tension and vibe that blacks get from whites

  44. Natsu777


    12 өдрийн өмнө

    Story is so adorable. The brothers comforting her is cute.

  45. Natsu777


    12 өдрийн өмнө

    Ok but why does the couple look like they’re in their thirties. They look so young. 👀

  46. Fools Raven

    Fools Raven

    12 өдрийн өмнө

    Emmanuel Acho. I love you. These conversations are so needed. So many more are needed. Thank you for providing a safe comfortable place for issues to be discussed and viewed. People need to see this and keep seeing people as people.

  47. Gloria VanTassel

    Gloria VanTassel

    12 өдрийн өмнө

    A GREAT video of life. Thanks for making these videos available. Great job!

  48. PerfectMe86


    12 өдрийн өмнө

    This segment fully broken down! I truly commend the parents for bringing their children on to the monologue so that they can may have opened dialect as into the climate of what's going on in America. You can tell that this family has a lot of love and is well-educated and diverse and is conversation within each other and outside the home. I have become a strong fan uncomfortable conversation with the black man! I believe that there needs to be more of this around the world for us to start the healing and understanding of each other and our differences and similarities. Thank you for this.

  49. transcendencertainty


    13 өдрийн өмнө

    Thank you so much for having these conversations!

  50. TheZombiiieGirl


    13 өдрийн өмнө

    I will do what I can to protect you. You are loved and the color of you skin is beautiful and should not be a reason you live in fear.

  51. Sally Susset Romero

    Sally Susset Romero

    13 өдрийн өмнө

    I m feel sorry live in the World in we dont undertand "whats going here" you see love joy conexión who cares

  52. Danny G

    Danny G

    13 өдрийн өмнө

    I can't watch it all. I feel sad seeing kids cry.

  53. Kyirra Thomas

    Kyirra Thomas

    13 өдрийн өмнө

    I am mixed and my momma always told me when I asked what race to put down she said “Just put black. Because that’s all they really care about.” And I never understood that completely until a few years ago I have a white significant other and I am around her family a lot and seeing the actual difference in culture is there’s really no words for it but my mom was always like “white?!” As if it was a bad thing but I don’t see either as a bad thing. I mean if I’m in trouble and I see a black man and a white man able to help me I’m going to the black man and I think that’s all about what I was raised with. I was raised to fear white men/woman or people that are white and some white kids were raised to fear black men/woman or people that are black. I think if we break the barrier of teaching kids that I will definitely help. I am also black & Mexican but if I ask my momma if I’m white passing she’ll say yes but if I ask a white person if I’m white passing they’ll say no.

  54. Jo Z

    Jo Z

    13 өдрийн өмнө

    Also, as someone who is adopted w/ white parents, me and my adopted friends have a term: “raised white” and I wonder if these kids use it

  55. Jo Z

    Jo Z

    13 өдрийн өмнө

    as someone who is one of 2 adopted kids with white parents, this is something I’ve been wanting to see!! No one really discusses the relationship of having a biracial/ non-biological family-it’s so strange, but it’s also interesting

  56. Suheela1


    13 өдрийн өмнө

    That's so important. Great and touching. Very warm greetings from Vienna, Austria.

  57. Ashley mattai

    Ashley mattai

    13 өдрийн өмнө

    I just found him and I love these conversations 🙌🏾

  58. Hex Boriken

    Hex Boriken

    13 өдрийн өмнө

    Emmanuel this is pretty common in Latino families being that we are so racially mixed. . . So weird seeing people trip out on families with mixed skin tones

  59. Tanya Walters

    Tanya Walters

    13 өдрийн өмнө

    Just to let you know just because you are white you dont get let go when a cop pulls you over. Trust me I have gotten a ticket every time I have been pulled over. So I try to follow the law as close as possible.

  60. Local Vision TV

    Local Vision TV

    13 өдрийн өмнө

    i think it really good to know that there are parents out there like these

  61. Nya Beá

    Nya Beá

    13 өдрийн өмнө

    Idk but .. Deacon’s response hit me the most.

  62. Milla Cabral

    Milla Cabral

    14 өдрийн өмнө

    I really want to adopt in the future (getting pregnant is on top of my "no thank you" list), and I like to believe that I'll be able to find wonderful, smart children to raise and love, like these guys. Whether they are Asian, Black, White, Indigenous, mixed, it doesn't matter to me, I'm a white latina who grew up in a very mixed environment. I could always sense the crazy amount of prejudice and difficulties that the black community faced, and eventually learning about the history of my country (Brazil) and how slavery continues to affect society to this day, I wished I could do something to help. I'm still pretty young and have no idea how my life will turn out, but I hope that if it comes to adopting a child of a different race/ethnicity from mine, I will be living in a place with a lot of cultural diversity. My best idea of how to maintain and teach my hypothetical children to appreciate and connect with their heritage is to find communities that share that background and simply take my children there to experience the social events, meet people and learn more about that culture. I would actively encourage my kids to make friends within those groups and I would try to take as much of it in as well, to learn more and hopefully be able to properly "parent" children that automatically have to face a much harsher side of society. All of this while pushing for change and equity in a broader context, of course. When I think about it, my mentality is very similar to Jamie's: The goal of adoption is to give underprivileged kids a good life, therefore instead of picking and choosing a kid that fits my preferences and comfort zones, I will simply ask "Who needs it most?" and make a decision based on that. There are obviously some limitations to that, for example kids with serious mental health conditions or illnesses need it most, but they require a different level of care and commitment that most people (myself included, ableism is hard to get over, sadly) are not prepared to consider when they look to adopt. Nobody wants to raise a kid knowing they will never achieve full independence/ stability/ intellectual maturity, and it's a huge reason why so many disabled kids are given up for adoption. I'm personally less "averse" to physical issues rather than mental health ones, and if I had a biological child I would love and care for them no matter what, but it's incredibly difficult to picture myself "choosing" to adopt a special needs kid. But maybe it'll happen, who knows. I know a ton of disabled people through the internet (ranging from deaf to battling a severely degenerative illness), and as bad as it feels and sounds, my biggest "issue" is when it comes to intelligence, or the intellectual potential of a child. It's something I'm trying to expose myself to, through youtube and documentaries, to become more accepting and comfortable with. Like Emmanuel has said many times, proximity and exposure brings care, but ignorance only brings fear and judgement.

  63. Synsere Lyfe

    Synsere Lyfe

    14 өдрийн өмнө

    There was one burning question that was not answered is for Emmanuel to ask Caydon, does he worry about his siblings being killed by a racist white?

  64. Christie Sowell

    Christie Sowell

    14 өдрийн өмнө

    I felt that when she said she had fear for her black kids especially her son as a mother of 3 black boys it’s heart breaking

  65. HeyitsAdriy


    14 өдрийн өмнө

    I’m mixed to

  66. Sonya Bratton

    Sonya Bratton

    14 өдрийн өмнө

    I loved this episode. I am black raising white children. You should have a show on that.

  67. Lindsay Berg

    Lindsay Berg

    14 өдрийн өмнө

    Wow. So powerful. Thank you all for sharing your story and Emmanuel Acho, thank you for opening my eyes.

  68. Adeshewa _x

    Adeshewa _x

    14 өдрийн өмнө

    Deacon is soo smart

  69. Amber Morris

    Amber Morris

    14 өдрийн өмнө

    I haven't watched all the videos of his YET but so far this is my favorite.

  70. The H3cky *

    The H3cky *

    14 өдрийн өмнө

    These are the conversations we all need to have more

  71. Jesiah timmons

    Jesiah timmons

    14 өдрийн өмнө

    it’s sad that we have to go thru this in 2020

  72. Don't Whip The Horse

    Don't Whip The Horse

    14 өдрийн өмнө

    So considering those kids were adopted from Haiti, their black heritage would be Haitian? They would have a Haitian culture?

  73. Zaria Miller

    Zaria Miller

    14 өдрийн өмнө

    “ do you all fear for your black children’s life “ “ yes, everyday “

  74. Leyla Picou

    Leyla Picou

    14 өдрийн өмнө

    As someone who is adopted and understands to the SMALLEST extent about the identity crisis that goes along with it, thank you for discussing this.

  75. xavier camel

    xavier camel

    15 өдрийн өмнө

    I wish Ziwe hosted this channel

  76. Miley Perez

    Miley Perez

    15 өдрийн өмнө

    I live in San Antonio and am so proud to see familias like this where i live

  77. SpillingTeaWithJaybee


    15 өдрийн өмнө

    Subbed at 400k

  78. Angelina Larry

    Angelina Larry

    15 өдрийн өмнө

    Story voice is soo cute . I would love to be her friend . She seems like a sweetheart

  79. RubyRim


    15 өдрийн өмнө

    Aww poor baby :( no one should ever feel that way.

  80. Lily


    15 өдрийн өмнө

    story is so sweet my heart broke to see her cry

  81. True Prince

    True Prince

    15 өдрийн өмнө

    Story just made a 46 year old black man cry. Back to Haiti you go!! Just kidding...lol. This was my favorite one yet. I think that if we had more people in this world, like the 6 on this panel, this world would be such an amazing place! Proximity is key. The reason why there are more racist in the south is because of Proximity. I grew up in Queens New York. I moved to Florida when I was 16. The block I was raised on and the children I played with on a daily basis in Queens were a mix of cultures and races. Sure we made fun of each others heritage and joked about each others cultures and food and weird accents our parents had or didn't have but as we grew we began to respect each others cultures, food, music, and language. I spent 16 years of my life with Italians, Irish, Vietnamese, Haitian, Guyanese, Jamaican, Puerto RIcan, Dominican, Salvadorian, Mexican, Belize, Indian, Trinidadian, Barbados, Native American, and 1 Russian kid we nicknamed Casper...lol. We rode our bikes, we played hockey, basketball, baseball, and snow football was the best! We played video games, went for bike rides all through Queens and Long Island, we went to the movies, ate at each others house and every once in a while one of the WHITE parents would let us have a sleep over...lol. (Most black or colored parents don't play that sleep over stuff....lol.) That was almost always a No..lol. But we fought together, cried together, laughed together, and went to school together. Hip Hop culture was big so we all gave each other a Nick Name that ended with ICE. ( Oh the Irony now that I think about it...lol ) This was the 80s so everyone was ICE. ICE TEE, ICE CUBE, ETC. For the record....my name was T ICE $...lol. Hideous I know! But we all were some kind of ICE and we had a break dance crew, and we begged for boxes from the local supermarket, taped them together and would spend hours arguing over who was the best rapper, the best DJ, and the best break dancer ( Crazy Legs Of Course ). But the point I'm trying to make is, my Proximity and Exposure to all these races and cultures as a Black Man with a Black Father and an Indian Mother from Guyana made me who I am today. I see race! I see color! I see culture! And I love it all! I moved to Florida at 16 in 1990 and boy what a difference. Everyone was seperated. Even black people. Southern blacks did not like Northern blacks. It was a complete culture shock to me. But again, thanks to the hip hop culture and music, slowly the south started changing and places like Florida are more diverse now. This video touched my soul because I now have 4 daughters between 17 and 24 and they are all mixed with Puerto Rican, Italian, Dominican, Guyanese, Black and Indian. Yep I mixed my girls up even more than I was...lol. They actually look like the adopted kids here...lol. All different shades, color, and sizes. It's a beautiful thing! Thank you for this video. It hit close to home. Gave me hope for a better world. Oh and I love love love Millennials and Gen Z. I truly believe they will be the reason that systemic racism is finally addressed and dismantled in this country! Gen X would have done it, but we were too busy raising you guys...lol. One Love!

  82. Charles Saxton

    Charles Saxton

    15 өдрийн өмнө

    This is the Gospel truth!

  83. Charli Wilson

    Charli Wilson

    15 өдрийн өмнө

    I'm white and I'm attracted to black men and women they are so beautiful I don't want anyone to fear me so I try my best I have a black sister and brother I'm white as fuck

  84. Pronounced Van-Knee-uh

    Pronounced Van-Knee-uh

    15 өдрийн өмнө

    I just want to hug all the children.

  85. Joanna MoniqueTM*

    Joanna MoniqueTM*

    15 өдрийн өмнө

    I wish they woulda talked about the preserving black culture thing more cuz I see that a lot with black kids raised by white people. They tend to be very out of touch with black culture which I feel is gonna be problematic as they get older and go into the world and don't know how to culturally relate to people who look like them and also have to deal with white people not liking them no matter how they're culture because them being biologically black is still gonna be too "different" for some white people to deal with.

  86. Ronald Belfon

    Ronald Belfon

    15 өдрийн өмнө

    I wish these episodes were longer

  87. Jessica Hebin

    Jessica Hebin

    15 өдрийн өмнө

    The section about "blackness" vs "Black culture" reminds me of the struggle of deafness. A child born deaf will always be deaf, but in a hearing household, it is easy to lose their Deaf culture (capital D is important).

    • Jessica Hebin

      Jessica Hebin

      13 өдрийн өмнө

      @Savannah Riley Deaf culture is almost exclusively Deaf or Hard of Hearing individuals. Among the rare exceptions are CODAs ([hearing] children of Deaf parents). Sign Language is a HUGE part of Deaf culture. When you have a hard time communicating with most people, your language becomes really important to you. Nearly all Deaf people experience similar societal issues other than language. For example, "should I get a cochlear implant?" is a hot topic. Deafness is a quality that this group of people share. Even though it doesn't change the quality of the person, it is a defining characteristic from the outside perspective. I believe this is what develops culture. There's a lot more to Deaf culture than what I listed, but these are some of the basics. Please keep in mind that I am hearing and not really in the Deaf community. I am a student studying ASL Interpretation and I was VP of the Deaf Culture club at my college. So while I know what I'm talking about, I have not been subjected to the experience myself.

    • Jessica Hebin

      Jessica Hebin

      13 өдрийн өмнө

      @YYakshAA sign language is a big part of it. See the other comment reply for a more in-depth answer

    • YYakshAA


      13 өдрийн өмнө

      are we talkin about sign language? sorry, i have no knowledge about deaf people except surface level..

    • Savannah Riley

      Savannah Riley

      14 өдрийн өмнө

      What is Deaf culture and what makes up Deaf culture?

  88. Ya Ya

    Ya Ya

    16 өдрийн өмнө

    I love how honest she is about knowing there is a difference between what white people say in public versus in private...it sucks, but only if you're honest can you help your children navigate this Rocky world, especially big they don't look like you...

  89. Sushil Tiwari

    Sushil Tiwari

    16 өдрийн өмнө

    Heartbreaking to see what black Kid felt or other like him feeling and trauma is real on them

  90. Kendra Brown

    Kendra Brown

    16 өдрийн өмнө

    These people were used. Sad

  91. Ollicron


    17 өдрийн өмнө

    This is pathetic. It's pathetic to live and grow in fear. People actually value things like black culture, black this, race this, race that, the guilt tripping and fear mongering, it's all pathetic. Identities don't matter, only actions do. Fight for your life or die a nobody.

  92. anyadarlingg


    17 өдрийн өмнө

    Enjoyed this video! Wish that you asked the two older brothers if/when they have noticed getting treated differently in public based on their skin color.

  93. Ambar Inestroza

    Ambar Inestroza

    17 өдрийн өмнө

    Story is beautiful !!

  94. Seethegood Inpeople

    Seethegood Inpeople

    17 өдрийн өмнө

    This is kind of horrible to raise kids teaching them that white people don’t like them because they are black. Think sometimes awareness is not being taught correctly.

    • Seethegood Inpeople

      Seethegood Inpeople

      17 өдрийн өмнө

      Vast majority of people are nit racist. The idea that the average white person is likely to hurt them because they are black is wrong

  95. Angraj seebaruth

    Angraj seebaruth

    17 өдрийн өмнө

    its the media which takes this fear out of proportion

  96. Hoof Arted

    Hoof Arted

    17 өдрийн өмнө


  97. Arielle Edwards

    Arielle Edwards

    17 өдрийн өмнө

    White people...I assure you black people are people like you. Have some good, some bad, some that live like you and some that don’t. Some that like the same things as you and some that don’t. I’m black and grew up in a white community. We’re all people.

  98. Arielle Edwards

    Arielle Edwards

    17 өдрийн өмнө

    19 years? Where they 10 when they got married? They are so young

  99. C. O’Neill

    C. O’Neill

    17 өдрийн өмнө

    I love these videos and I’m learning so much, but my parents (I’m Australian) brought me up not to define people by colour as all people are just people. I find it so uncomfortable hearing people defines as black and white. Does anyone else feel the same?



    18 өдрийн өмнө

    Omg this made me teary hearing those kids