Mar 31, 2012



There seems to be no group more uncomfortable talking about race then White people. So in light of this, MSNBC host Dr. Melissa Harris Perry decided to come up with a set of rules to help White people navigate the racial road when it comes to the Tragedy involving Trayvon Martin.

Here's Melissa's Top Six Rules:

1. It's OK to Say Black

2. Black is always an adjective never a noun

3. Don't mention that you have Black friends, or relatives

4. Take your time and think before you speak

5. Remember that you are White

6. Silence is golden


Watch the her explanation of the rules in the video below:

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