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Street Etiquette Pushes The Boundaries Of Black Style

They want to elevate the awareness level of young people in their communities. As opposed to ‘We’re better than y’all,’ it’s ‘You can be this, too. All of it is a political expression. White people have all kinds of archetypes, from Brad Pitt to Al Bundy, everything in between. The cultural paradigms that are aggressively promoted to young black people and young poor people are extremely narrow. – Mos Def on Street Etiquette

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