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What a handsome little boy...
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Phk man!Cry
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I wonder if there are any studies on the life expectancy of young black men in white vs black neighborhoods.  Just curious.  I have two sons, 8 and 6 who do things like take the trash out, go figure.  I hate talking to them about this stuff.  My 8-year-old is optimistic but my 6-year-old says white people are bad.  I don't want them living in fear of whites because there's too many of them in the world for them to have a good quality of life if they are always fearful.  But I want them to know the truth too.  

I also need to find a list of like the top 10 places for AAs to live in the country.  Schools are important to us as well as extracurricular opportunities.  
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This sh*t is making my soul weep.

Junyah you're correctCry
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He pointed the gun at the 13 year old boy and then he pointed the gun at the mom. They were probably trying to calm the situation. So sad. The little boy was walking backwards with his hands up. This was an execution. 
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I'm so sick of racist white *&%^$#@Es like this like I'm so so sick of them. I swear if there was no video the media would try to say he wasn't taking out the trash but making a drug deal behind the house. Man America.
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Originally posted by Junior Jr Junior Jr wrote:

this is genocide
 

fck a march on washington, this needs to be taken to the UN

 

jr.


Plucking us off one by one.
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Originally posted by Soratachi Soratachi wrote:

I am scared to watch.


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i'm not going to watch. i just can't.
and black people wonder why i can't stand crackas.
if i hear one more nicca try and tell me that not all crackas are the same or they are color blind, or they love everybody, i will phucking go off.

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Originally posted by ThatGurlD ThatGurlD wrote:

I wonder if there are any studies on the life expectancy of young black men in white vs black neighborhoods.  Just curious.  I have two sons, 8 and 6 who do things like take the trash out, go figure.  I hate talking to them about this stuff.  My 8-year-old is optimistic but my 6-year-old says white people are bad.  I don't want them living in fear of whites because there's too many of them in the world for them to have a good quality of life if they are always fearful.  But I want them to know the truth too.  

I also need to find a list of like the top 10 places for AAs to live in the country.  Schools are important to us as well as extracurricular opportunities.  


I found this

the article is more about ses than race

Racial and social class gradients in life expectancy in contemporary California.

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Northern California Cancer Center, Surveillance Research, 2201 Walnut Ave, Fremont, CA 94538, United States. tina@nccc.org

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Life expectancy, or the estimated average age of death, is among the most basic measures of a population's health. However, monitoring differences in life expectancy among sociodemographically defined populations has been challenging, at least in the United States (US), because death certification does not include collection of markers of socioeconomic status (SES). In order to understand how SES and race/ethnicity independently and jointly affected overall health in a contemporary US population, we assigned a small-area-based measure of SES to all 689,036 deaths occurring in California during a three-year period (1999-2001) overlapping the most recent US census. Residence at death was geocoded to the smallest census area available (block group) and assigned to a quintile of a multifactorial SES index. We constructed life tables using mortality rates calculated by age, sex, race/ethnicity and neighborhood SES quintile, and produced corresponding life expectancy estimates. We found a 19.6 (+/-0.6) year gap in life expectancy between the sociodemographic groups with the longest life expectancy (highest SES quintile of Asian females; 84.9 years) and the shortest (lowest SES quintile of African-American males; 65.3 years). A positive SES gradient in life expectancy was observed among whites and African-Americans but not Hispanics or Asians. Age-specific mortality disparities varied among groups. Race/ethnicity and neighborhood SES had substantial and independent influences on life expectancy, underscoring the importance of monitoring health outcomes simultaneously by these factors. African-American males living in the poorest 20% of California neighborhoods had life expectancy comparable to that reported for males living in developing countries. Neighborhood SES represents a readily-available metric for ongoing surveillance of health disparities in the US.



Among both men and women, life expectancy was highest among Asians/Pacific Islanders, intermediate for Hispanics and whites, and lowest among African-Americans. The influence of neighborhood SES on life expectancy estimates varied strikingly by race/ethnicity. For Asian/Pacific Islander and Hispanic females, there was little difference according to SES. In contrast, a steep socioeconomic gradient in life expectancy was evident for African-American and white females. Life expectancy of African-American and white females living in the lowest SES quintile was about six to seven years less than that among females of the same race/ethnicity living in the highest SES quintile. Similar patterns were observed among males, although there was more evidence of a socioeconomic gradient among Asian/Pacific Islander males.

Figure 1 shows the age-specific mortality rate of each population relative to the overall statewide average. The starkest differential in age-specific mortality rates was found among African-American males aged 25-29 years in the lowest SES neighborhoods; in this group, the mortality rate was five times the overall average. In the same age range, the mortality rate for Asian/Pacific Islander females was just one-third of the overall statewide average. Thus, a 15-fold difference in the relative risk of mortality existed between these groups of young adults.

In general, there was a clear socioeconomic gradient in the relative rate of mortality, with those in the higher-SES neighborhoods (darker lines) having a lower relative rate than those in the lower-SES neighborhood (lighter lines). These socioeconomic differences were most extreme at younger ages and appeared to narrow at older ages. Gender differences in relative mortality were narrower in higher SES neighborhoods. In some population groups, including Hispanic and Asian/Pacific Islander males and females, there was evidence of a mortality cross-over at the very oldest ages (75 years and older), in which individuals from lower-SES neighborhoods had a lower relative rate of mortality than those in higher-SES neighborhoods.





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