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I remember one of Soledad first show about black people...and I sat a good 10mins puzzled on why was she the spokeperson...Geek  Then I realized it was to trick white people to listen...Smile
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I don't know why people are so quick to dismiss Koala....if you wade through the muck she spews you will find that diamond of truth.  shrug.

what i look like wading through sh*t? aint nobody got time for that.
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Originally posted by EPITOME EPITOME wrote:

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I don't know why people are so quick to dismiss Koala....if you wade through the muck she spews you will find that diamond of truth.  shrug.

what i look like wading through sh*t? aint nobody got time for that.
 
 
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In middle school when I was 13, I’d be stopped in the hallway, with a question. “If you’re a Brotha Man, why don’t you have big lips?” I was often asked. “Why is your name so weird?” People would apologize for asking me if I was black. I didn’t know how to take the apology. I just ignored them and pushed forward with a quest to become a typical Long Island teenager. I chopped off the end of my name and had people call me Solie, which I spelled with a heart over the “i” in true Long Island high-school-girl fashion. But my hair would never “wing” like Farrah Fawcett’s.

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I agree with Koala...Soledad does not represent... I demote Soledad to someone who did a few presentations on tv regarding my race of people.
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Originally posted by foxyroy19 foxyroy19 wrote:

I remember one of Soledad first show about black people...and I sat a good 10mins puzzled on why was she the spokeperson...Geek  Then I realized it was to trick white people to listen...Smile

lmao. the first time i saw her i legit was like "why couldn't CNN find a black anchor." i had to google her. it seems like she identifies strongly with being hispanic maybe moreso than being black. i am tired of her being the mouthpiece. she can whine and say blacks arent accepting her but i mean whites will so she's good. just keep those naps hidden girl.



Her appearance, and that of her siblings, seemed "black" to those around here, but her mother raised them as "classically Latino."

She required a devotion to our family and a strong immigrant work ethic. She always worked; we always worked. She cooked; we ate. She focused on us; we focused. My parents were not radicals as individuals, but their way of life was radical by definition. They were a mixed family in a single-race town.

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It's a bit too much muck, especially for something that's not original
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In middle school when I was 13, I’d be stopped in the hallway, with a question. “If you’re a Brotha Man, why don’t you have big lips?” I was often asked. “Why is your name so weird?” People would apologize for asking me if I was black. I didn’t know how to take the apology. I just ignored them and pushed forward with a quest to become a typical Long Island teenager. I chopped off the end of my name and had people call me Solie, which I spelled with a heart over the “i” in true Long Island high-school-girl fashion. But my hair would never “wing” like Farrah Fawcett’s.

 
 
Dead give a way...Smile
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Originally posted by jonesable jonesable wrote:

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Whoa! Those kids need some Black. I wonder if her kids identify as Black.



They bet not
 
I know I'm not supposed to talk about kids, but.... I think her kids would be more attractive if they were more Black. They look weird. I'm sorry. Cry

ur going to hell.  her kids look like regular white kids. she should have just married another mulatto 
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