On Monday, Roland dissected the foolish Black purity test some African Americans are using to question Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Kamala Harris’ “Blackness”.
This insane argument revolves around Harris’ heritage. Some believe that she does not have the ability to address to the issues of “American descendants of slaves” because her parents are from Jamaica and India which essentially, in their view, does not make her a “real” Black American.
Roland called this attack on Harris “trifling” and “some of the dumbest sh*t you’ve ever seen” … #PressPlay
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