A young man has called to task the use of the term “African-American” as being irrelevant to our present footing in the country. Being “black” is enough for him.
Gibre George (pictured), 38, is a black man from Miami and he started a Facebook page called “Don’t Call Me African-American” to express his opinions on the identifier.
But, what he did not know was that there were many more folks out there that agree with him. So far, he has garnered 1,872 likes and 1,743 people who are “talking about this.”
According to the Atlanta-Journal Constitution, George believes his point-of-view is shared with a younger generation …
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