I'm imagining how this "in da hood" block in Newark, New Jersey, must've looked back in 1949. If you squint your eyes hard you can imagine several teenaged tomboys in blue jeans and saddle shoes drinking Coke and shooting marbles. They might've even been smoking cigarettes 'cause it's Jersey after all. Now it would be Ma'Keesha and LaQueesha fighting/yelling/cursing over Dante and possibly knifing each other. Is this an "improvement", BLM? In other words, when white people stab each other it's "criminal behavior". When black people stab each other it's "black youth culture". How racist is that?

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