Race in America: An MTV Discussion | MTV

Race In America: An MTV Discussion | MTV

Race In America: An MTV Discussion | MTV

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Race In America: An MTV Discussion | MTV

MTV held an open discussion about the racial issues still present in the United States.

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16 thoughts on “Race in America: An MTV Discussion | MTV”

  1. James Smith prejudice, the word is prejudice 🤦‍♀️similar to being racist but lack of power is why black people aren’t categorized as racist. By all means, some black people are ignorant and prejudice but racist, no.

  2. Sick of ppl apologizing. If you feel some type of way about someone then no one can change your mind except you. That 💩 is a choice. No matter though, b/c according to scripture Romans 6:16 we’re all slaves of righteousness. Idgaf about 400 years of slavery. We’re all in global slavery still according to scripture unless we’re sinless.✋🚪💯

  3. Nessa sure is one beautiful and sexy woman. But is she Latina or is light skin biracial ? Anybody know ?

  4. These people have no facts or valid arguments. No matter what their skin color is I would say they are all cry baby morons. Racism is a communist construct created to divide the masses. Nothing more nothing less.

  5. Growing up as a white kid in a black neighborhood in the Bronx I can tell you I definitely experienced racism.

  6. Wow. How much is this gd show trying to pass the buck to society, family, peers, or whoeverthefvck. Mtv protected Camila for years. They edited her attack on Leroy to make this conversation relevant. She called him the n word numerous times, brought up his race, and has racially attacked other cast members. This is vile. She is vile. But she is sitting there with crocodile tears letting them blame her family for raising her that way? This makes me sick. It’s gross and I cannot believe the rest of the cast, the host, and the actors in the audience are playing along to this level.

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