Marque Richardson: If you start a sentence with, "Not to be racist but.." well, you probably shouldn't have started that sentence. But if you did, here's how to finish, "Not to be racist but you make some great points, black person. I'll be on my way. Oh, and thank you for Michael Jackson."
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Ashley Blaine Featherson: The stereotype about black people loving fried chicken comes from a scene in the KKK propaganda film "Birth of a Nation," but everybody loves fried chicken.
And did you know that in modern times, black people eat proportionately less watermelon than white people?
But, honestly, no black person has any clue what white people eat. Is that kale? Is kale still a thing?
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