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8 Racist Halloween Costumes White People Need to Stop Wearing

Updated on June 20, 2016

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Cultural Appropriation 101

Definition:

"picking and choosing elements of a culture by a member of another culture without permission. This includes traditional knowledge, religious symbols, artifacts or any other unauthorized use of cultural practice or ideation." [x]

NO.
NO.

1. Geisha

Geishas are part of a subculture in Japan with strict rules and protocols. Being a geisha is a highly respected profession, so throwing on a $40 mass-produced kimono and painting your face white isn't honouring them, it's a slap in the face. Are you familiar with the process of becoming a geisha? Do you know how much effort is involved, how much time it takes, how much is sacrificed?

Check out the documentary below for a glimpse of what it's like to apprentice as a geisha. It'll definitely make you think twice about putting on a kimono and shuffling around come Halloween.


INSTEAD of a Geisha: mime; pin-up; queen.

Watch: BBC's "Geisha Girl" (2005)

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Not cute.
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2. Native Princess/Chieftain

NO. This is particularly awful in Canada, where 1181 Indigenous women and girls have been murdered or missing between 1980 and 2012, and half (49%) of women murdered in Canada are Aboriginal.

Still, any white person dressing up as Native is being horrendously offensive. I don't care if you have a deep appreciation for a specific Native culture; I don't care if you've been to a reservation before and bought authentic moccasins; I don't care if you're 1/6th Cree. It's just not acceptable.


INSTEAD: European king/queen or princess/prince; Disney's Jane or Tarzan; Chuck Noland (Cast Away).

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There is no difference between this and the modern-day costume. Both are examples of  blackface.
There is no difference between this and the modern-day costume. Both are examples of blackface. | Source

3. Any black celebrity/stereotype

No afro wigs, brown face paint, or dressing up as famous black people if you are not black. DON'T DO IT. White people dressing up as caricatures of black people has a long and racist history, called blackface and minstrelsy. White people would don blackface and travel in singing and dancing groups, the entire point of which was to mock black people. Click here to learn more about the history of blackface.

There are thousands of famous white people you could dress up as, so no, Braydon Campbell, there is absolutely no reason on earth that you need to dress up as Tupac Shakur.


INSTEAD: Literally any white celebrity, dead or alive. There are a tonne of them.

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White fantasy.
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4. G**sy

The word itself is often considered a slur, so you can imagine how insensitive dressing up as a Roma person is. Roma people have been systemically persecuted for hundreds of years; in World War II alone, the Germans and their allies killed 25% of all European Roma. Sadly, their persecution persists TO THIS DAY.

So don't wrap your hair in a bandana, slap on some bangles and wander around barefoot going on about how much you want to travel the world in a caravan. You are mocking the very real pain of an entire group of people, not just channelling your wanderlust.


INSTEAD: Explorer; backpacker; tourist; pirate.

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"Sex workers wearing skeleton masks gather in Mexico city for a procession to remember their deceased colleagues." This is serious stuff.
"Sex workers wearing skeleton masks gather in Mexico city for a procession to remember their deceased colleagues." This is serious stuff. | Source

5. Sugar Skull

I've noticed that this seems to be a big trend this year for some reason. My mom almost bought one of these costumes herself without realizing it was offensive, so I understand how white people buy and wear some of the costumes on this list with good intentions.

However, Day of the Dead, or Día de Los Muertos, is an important holiday in Mexico. It is a time for reflection, prayer, and honouring the deceased. It is a spiritual and culturally-specific holiday, so sugar skulls are not just pretty make-up for every white girl to paint her face with. They mean a lot more than that.


INSTEAD: Skeleton. Just a normal skeleton. You can even put some make-up on and be a glam skeleton. Done.

Ugh.
Ugh.
Currently.
Currently.

6. Mexican anything

While we're talking about Mexico, this is your friendly reminder NOT to don a sombrero, poncho, and adhesive moustache and shriek "Areeeeeeba!" Areeeeeeba!" at the top of your lungs. Considering the current debate about "illegal immigrants" from Mexico going on in the United States, including the two million plus people who have been deported from America in the past five years, this is particularly distasteful.

Are you Mexican? No. Have you ever even been to Mexico? Probably not. Even if you have, you still look like an asshole.


INSTEAD: 70s porn star/Ron Burgundy/stereotypical 70s man (if you've already bought the moustache); Victorian or Edwardian gentleman; bard.

"Illegal" - what it's like to live undocumented in America.

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7. Egyptian anything

Pharaohs, Cleopatra costumes, Nefertiti costumes, anks, etc. is not for white people to wear. The Ancient Egyptians were basically the only black, African civilization given any exposure or respect, and even then their blackness is systemically denied (umm, hello? Egypt is in AFRICA). And yes, there is no doubt that they really were black. Like I said before, there are so many other options available to us white people.


INSTEAD: Ancient Greek, Roman, Medieval/Gothic, or European royalty.

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8. Indian anything

If I see ONE MORE white girl wearing a bindi, I'm going to scream. Only desi and Hindu people can wear bindis and tikkas. I don't care if Gwen Stefani did it; I don't care if Selena Gomez did it; I just don't care. They were wrong for reducing the bindi to a fashion accessory, and so are you.

Read more about why this is offensive here.


INSTEAD: European royalty or historical dress; faery/mermaid/fantasy character (you can stick gems on plenty of other places on your face!).

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      Kristen Strobak 2 years ago from Orlando, FL

      So happy to see information like this outside of tumblr. You've got me reading all of your other hubs now, you can consider me your newest fan!

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      Celine 2 years ago from Canada

      Thank you! Not many of my other hubs are like this one, but I'll be posting similar ones in the future! Thanks for the support

    • Mike 2 years ago from Harrisburg Pa

      My rule is don't wear other cultures clothing. But being part Irish myself if I see someone wearing St Patty's costumes I'll probably laugh at it.

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      Karen Ray 2 years ago from Oklahoma

      Politically correct seems to creep on over to everything these days. I totally "get" your message regarding not wearing offensive costumes, but it seems only directed at whites. I would like to see all people enjoy their holiday in the spirit that is intended and not focus so much on seeing everything as a slight. I would like to say your article is well written, well set up and covers a lot of material on your chosen subject. I would find a poll on the subject interesting. Voting your hub as interesting.

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      Celine 2 years ago from Canada

      @Karen Ray

      It's not about "political correctness," it's just about respecting the wishes of cultures different from ours. The thing is everyone from the groups I've mentioned in this article has said that these costumes are disrespectful to them, so it's just as simple as respecting that. This article IS mainly aimed at white people, because it's usually white people I see wearing these costumes! However, several of these are vague and just say "don't wear this if you are not this race/ethnicity," and do not mention white people at all. Thank you for keeping an open mind and giving me a rating after reading though, I appreciate it :)

    • Mike 2 years ago from Harrisburg Pa

      I do agree that most people that do this are white. A little understanding and respect of other cultures are a plus. Halloween store for a so called Native American costume? I won't wear that. I know enough that feathers come from real birds and there is a protocol to this. The same holds true to Asian and African cultures.

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      Celine 2 years ago from Canada

      @MikeyPete

      Exactly! It's just a simple matter of understanding+respecting other cultures. There are plenty of ways to appreciate another culture; dressing up in some mass-produced knock-off of their traditional garb is not one of them. It's great that you already are informed about this+avoid these costumes!

    • Mike 2 years ago from Harrisburg Pa

      I have also learned that if I don't understand something about another's culture, ASK someone of that culture. Usually clothing or regalia from that culture has been handed down from many generations and has meaning. Often the person I ask apreciates they they were asked and the truth is out instead of assumptions, wrong comments, etc.

    • Mike 2 years ago from Harrisburg Pa

      Also, I make my own costumes instead of spending $5o plus for a store bought costume. The economic and recycling advantages are pluses. I mainly wonder if the store bought ones are made in sweatshops. Supporting that is also racist in itself wether from my own or another culture. A child should be in school and playing with their friends, not making money for greedy people.

    • Half white alright! 2 years ago

      LOL a white person who gets offended for being called "white." If white people are not white why do you call Africans black, Asians yellow or Natives red? I haven't seen a person change more in colour than an emotionally charged white person.

      -POC

    • brian 2 years ago

      Black skin will make you look stronger.

    • Beatrice 2 years ago

      I totally don't believe in wearing offensive costumes that mock a race or culture. I don't think that putting on a tasteful geisha costume is doig either of those things. I was gifted with an authentic Japanese kimono when I was a child, the kind given to geisha in training. I was fascinated with the customs and rituals. I DID study them, and I don't think it was offensive to wear the costume. I'm open to hearing other opinions, but I just disagree.

    • Aimee 2 years ago

      I'm just curious how far this goes.

      For example, is it 'inappropriate' to wear a Japanese schoolgirl uniform for Halloween if you happen to love the style of those school uniforms or are a fan of a character that wears such a thing such as Yukiko Amagi from Persona 4 or Sakura Kasugano from Street Fighter?

      Personally, as an avid fan of Cosplay, I don't believe one's race should limit what costumes they can or can't wear..the very idea of it is just insulting and actually is rather racist itself..it would be like telling a black girl she has to be Sheva Alomar instead of Jill Valentine (both from Resident Evil).

      That said, I do agree with some of this, since some Halloween costumes I've seen were kind of racist or even very racist..but others I feel people may be overly sensitive of.

    • Melissa 2 years ago

      I agree with a lot of this, but there are ways in which I think it goes too far. I don't see someone dressing up as Cleopatra, Barak Obama, Scheherazade, or Anne Boleyn as a problem because it's not stereotyping or disrespecting an entire culture, it's portraying a specific individual - which actually requires at least some level of cultural context and understanding. If my (white) niece wants to dress as a Disney Princess and chooses Pocahontas or Jasmine from Alladin, is that okay? If I want to dress as Pope Francis, is that okay because I was raised Catholic as a child? But then, what if I wanted to dress as a nun, or a pre-Tudor English monk? Would that be okay, or is that stereo-typing the Catholic faith? What if I wanted to dress as the Dalai Lama? How about a generic Tibetan monk?

      Is this about cultural appropriation in general, or stereotyping, or imitating a culture that has been (or is being) oppressed by Western society? I don't think that includes the ancient Egyptians, but maybe I'm wrong. But it DOES seem to apply to "witches," which is probably the most cliched costume ever, and yet actually has a HORRIBLE historical legacy. When is a costume truly offensive, and when is it just tacky and in questionable taste? And why? And to whom?

      Personally, I find the trend in women's costumes of being a "sexy" anything kind of gross. If you want to be a doctor or a cop, great. Do you need to be a SEXY doctor or a NAUGHTY cop? Is that offensive to the profession? Or sexist? Or just tacky?

      I guess my point is that this is really a grey area, and offensiveness is sometimes in the eye of the beholder and has little to do with the intent of the person (or parents of the person) in costume. I think it's valuable to hear this viewpoint, but it's not that cut and dry. And neither is culture, and neither are we. I think everyone would be better served by having a thoughtful conversation about this, rather than throwing around shame, blame, and accusations.

    • timetobrushuponhistory 2 years ago

      Cleopatra was egyptian....

    • MJ 2 years ago

      Okay, so I am on board with this movement and am very against black face (or any color "face") costumes, and trying to sexify or appropriate any culture. But what if say I wanted to be Beyonce for halloween and didn't do black face? I am white, but I would just wear something that resembles one of her most famous outfits. Not attempting to change my skin color in any way. I feel like that is okay because I am not being offensive. But I want to hear if there are differing opinions.

    • Imogen 2 years ago

      Agree with all... except Geisha. It's a performing art, and although it is a part of Japanese culture, it's not a religious or spiritual practice -it's something non-Japanese people can enter into, just like white people can train to be Noh or Butoh actors. The only point made in the text is that people dressing up as Geishas haven't undergone Geisha training -and if you think that's a genuine grievance, I guess you should stop people dressing up as nurses and doctors. Plenty of places in Japan happily dress tourists up in full Geisha makeup and clothing. I think a properly executed, mostly accurate Geisha costume isn't offensive, but people wearing a short Chinese silk dressing gown and calling themselves a Geisha is. All the other examples are people dressing as a race -dressing as a Geisha isn't. That being said, I'm not Japanese, my understanding of Japanese culture is limited. I'd like to hear a Japanese person's perspective on this one, maybe I'm missing something.

    • Linny 2 years ago

      You recommended white people to dress as ancient Greek people? Why is this different to the other cultural appropriation mentioned in this article?

    • confused... 2 years ago

      I feel this is subjective. My indian friend, requested her caucasian friends to dress in a sari for her birthday. She even provided them. She honestly feels honored when a friend wants to borrow a sari from her for a party. Is this still considered disgraceful? Or now that I have permission from an indian, it's perfectly fine for the rest of my life?

    • Jean 2 years ago

      You might want to talk to Egyptians about what they consider offensive. I read a post by an Egyptian telling people to STOP telling others not to dress like Cleopatra. Tourism is a boost to their economy and the poster wanted westerners to dress as Cleopatra (in a respectful manner).

    • Melony Harper 15 months ago

      Is it okay if I dress up as Michonne from The Walking Dead? I'm white, and I love her character so I wanted to dress as her for halloween. I wasn't going to do black face or anything like that, but some of my friends have said I shouldn't dress up as her because she's black and i'm white so it's racist. I don't think it is, but I am now worried that it may come across that way.

    • Harriffan Conshertini 6 months ago

      Cleopatra was Macedonian-Greek, for anyone who didn't know.

      (P.S. in that previous comment, I meant to say, 'article', not 'afticle'.

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      Live To Write 4 months ago from Phoenix, Az.

      Amen to this ... Bravo.... Celine !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    • Rebecca 4 months ago

      Sooo can a black guy wear a kilt for Halloween?

    • Amy L. 3 months ago

      Hello. I read this article and agree with SOME of it. So say you are white and grew up in a town that celebrated Day Of The Dead often. Technically, that means it would be part of your culture, so that would be okay to dress up as. It would also be okay if you were invited to celebrate that holiday by someone from that culture. The only other time I can think of it being okay is if you are dressing up in, say, a sugar skull for Halloween to honor the Mexican holiday, not just because it "looks cool". This applies to almost anything else.

    • Commenter 3 months ago

      You reveal your own ignorance. Ancient Egypt was a multi ethnic kingdom. There were many 'black' Africans who also had positions of power and were pharaohs, but the vast majority of Egyptians had a Mediterranean phenotype. Not to mention the later influx of Persians, Greeks, and Romans. Cleopatra was Macedonian-Greek btw, a direct descendant of Ptolemy A'. However she may have been part ethnic Egyptian.

    • Molly 2 months ago

      Man you would have a field day at a comic con lol. All those white nerds dressed up like WHATEVER they want to dress up as. Halloween is meant to express yourself and have fun. Keep your political correctness to yourself. I give this article a 9 out of 10 because I needed to laugh today :)

    • Jan 2 months ago

      If a man is offended by an affront to his masculinity social justice claims their masculinity is fragile, so if people are offended by these costumes are their culture identities fragile too? If people stopped searching for microaggressions they'd lead less stressed and much happier lives. Trying to control the world won't work and when it doesn't fit your model it will make you upset so why bother. Clothes are clothes and if someone wants to dress up in a dirndl or lederhosen they can go ahead.

    • annoyed 2 months ago

      clearly all about prayer and reflection /facepalm

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xh_kMiH3bNo

    • Jana 2 months ago

      This is laughable. Unless you paint yourself a different colour or wear hair pieces to disguise your person as someone of another race, you are allowed in any free country to dress in whatever way you consider beautiful. If you try to keep a white person from wearing Beyonce's Single Ladies costume, Serena Williams's brand of sportswear or one of Michelle Obama's famous dresses, then you are discriminating not only against innocent white people with black idols, but also against black people for presuming they are too delicate to be emulated by admirers who look slightly differently. You are the problem. Good day.

    • Harshal 2 months ago

      As an Indian I take an offense to your presumption to speak for us and what we find offensive.

      We love it when western people wear indian clothes and utilise indian accessories. It shows that people like our culture apart from helping us sell bindis and other products which in turn helps us put food on the table.

      Indian sarees, bindis, slippers etc. are made by poor labourers in dire conditions so if you stop buying indian made products you are kicking them in the stomach.

      PLEASE DRESS AS INDIAN, Buy more bindis! Rock a bindi everyday!

    • Jerryvernonsmith 2 months ago

      Your article is completely wrong in every sense. Your article is literally the cancer of the Internet, spreading and multiplying ideas that preach the most sensitive and dumb reasons to be offended by something. You people (Tumblr over-feminist) have a lot of nerve telling people what they can and cannot dress up as.

      Also, who tf are you? A white woman without any credentials to speak on anyone else's cultural appropriation. No Indian, Mexican, Japanese, Gypsy gives a fuck what you dress up like for Halloween.

    • Andrea 2 months ago

      This us PC on vomit mode. It's just Halloween. Give me a beak. And why are only "white" people not supposed to wear these costumes? If a Mexican American wants to dress up as an Egyptian, that's ok? What a double standard. I think we need to stop encouraging people to be snowflakes.

    • Can Concern 2 months ago

      Let's change #1 to: Nurse

      Nurses are part of the health care culture in Western society with strict policies and liscensing. Being a nurse is a highly respected profession, so throwing on a $40 mass-produced uniform and throwing a stethoscope around your neck isn't honouring them, it's a slap in the face. Are you familiar with the process of becoming a nurse? Do you know how much effort is involved, how much time it takes, how much is sacrificed?

      ---

      Right, so you see where many of the arguments here fall apart.

      Before speaking up indignantly for a group, you should see how the group feels about it.

    • Justin 2 months ago

      8 costumes that aren't actually offensive but we need them to be so we can feel oppressed

    • A "white" chick 2 months ago

      This is honestly one of the most misinformed, racist things I've ever read. You are categorizing people by colour, when realistically, "white people" have a diverse geosocial background. By creating more dividing lines, you are actually propagating the very issue that you're trying to represent. Besides, who makes you a spokesperson for all of these 8 said races? There are 196 countries with countless subcultures, families and individuals who have all had hardship. Live your life how you see fit but don't pollute the internet with your ignorant garbage.

    • TJ 2 months ago

      I read this and found it very entertaining, but when I finished the article it seems that you guys in the comments are taking this seriously and getting angry. This is just satire, it's just a joke to make you laugh so calm down you guys.

    • Alex 2 months ago

      I agree with following the general rule 'if it's not your own culture, don't wear it'

      I'm white. Apparently a lot of the people here in the comments are also white. If we're told don't dress as something/someone not white, just think, not a lot is ruled out. There are still TONS of costumes left for us to choose from. Millions of celebrities. Loads of Disney Princesses. We literally still have costume ideas coming out of our ears.

      BECAUSE we are not the minority culture here. Don't get up in arms because someone on the internet has written the very valid point of please don't dress as a Native American when you aren't one.

      Now I know you'll answer to this 'ok, fine! Don't wear it if it's not your culture, so black people shouldn't be able to dress as white costumes then!' To which I repeat: white is not the minority culture. If you enforced this idea, then you limit these minority cultures to barely anything. Only a handful of celebrities. 1 or 2 Disney Princesses. Someone who's Mexican can now only dress as someone/thing from the Mexican culture?

      You can see how that isn't fair, right?

      So ... stop being racist. White people, if it's not your own culture, don't wear it.

    • Albooboo 2 months ago

      With the logic of this writer, Indian people could only dress up AS INDIANS,

      Black People would have to be BLACK CHARACTERS, and White People (One of the most Overused, generalized terms I have ever heard) would only be WHITE.

      Get over yourselves people. I agree, there are lines that should not be crossed, and themes that should be avoided. But DAMN !!! Relax a bit people, you're logic invariably leads to utter stupidity.

    • Kevin 2 months ago

      Alex wrote:

      "you limit these minority cultures to barely anything. Only a handful of celebrities. 1 or 2 Disney Princesses. Someone who's Mexican can now only dress as someone/thing from the Mexican culture?"

      Alex,

      There are much more than a handful of black and Hispanic heroes, celebrities and historical figures that would make excellent choices for a costume. There are thousands . What an incredibly insensitive, offensive and ignorant thing to say. Typical SJW backhanding themselves with their own " white privilege". Who's the ignorant bigot now?

      STOP telling people what to wear for Halloween.

    • Eric Humboldt 2 months ago

      It's considered "Racist" because people like you subconsciously believe that they are inferior people and therefor need to be "protected." You're ridiculous. So, should people of color not dress up as a Dutch girl/boy, wear German Lederhosen? You really need to step back and realize this kind of thinking is just another form of discrimination. You're basically saying white people are superior and all others are inferior, there for they are in need of protection.

      FYI - Gypsy isn't a race. Anyone can be a gypsy.

    • Adam 2 months ago

      Who ever made this is a fuckn idiot

    • Diana 2 months ago

      Wow! Just wow! I am Caucasian and I have dressed up in many costumes. II has never occurred to me that my costume could or would be considered offensive to another race or culture. Lighten up people! It's Halloween for crying out loud! Where does this madness end? I bet I can't wear a grass skirt or coconut bra Cuz I will offend a Hawaiian. Or how about the Boy Scouts of America who make and dress in elaborate Native American costumes to perform tribal dances. My daughter dressed up as a referee once. Are you gonna blow the whistle and throw a yellow flag on that costume also because of all the schooling it takes to be a Ref? I think this article is written by an uptight right wing prude. Maybe try a little optimism and look at the costume as a compliment that someone thinks its cool to portray a person or culture instead of a negative connotation. Who voted you as the costume police. I guess I better take off my Elvira costume before someone considers me a devil worshiper.

    • Offended 2 months ago

      I am offended by this article, please take it down.

      Thank you

    • Harriffan Conshertini 2 months ago

      What happened to my other comment?

    • Blah 2 months ago

      What right do you have to speak for other cultures? What right do you have to dictate me what I can, or cannot do? And don't you dare to tell me it's because of my white privilege. I'm born and raised Polish, we were pretty much oppressed up till 1989. However I wouldn't throw a fit if somebody would decide to dress up as a Polish Sarmatian or John Paul 2.

    • Mr blah 7 weeks ago

      Social justice warriorism gone awry again. Theres nothing wrong with dressing as another race and should be viewed as a compliment. Writerer is in the group of people looking for a reason to be offended where there is none and are ruining proper thinking socialists and liberals. Stop looking for racism where it doesnt exist. And peeps wonder why stupid trump got elected.

    • Annie C 5 weeks ago

      Hey, good post--don't listen to the naysayers. I referenced it in a rant about my frustration with people costuming as sexworkers for Halloween: http://nolacourtesan.com/happy-halloween-help-cost...

      Ok, now I'm off to go check out that BBC documentary!

    • Lexielou132 5 weeks ago

      Actually, Cleopatra WAS Greek--she was the last of the Ptolemy dynasty, a GREEK dynasty set up by Alexander the Great when he conquered Egypt.

    • Mr. X 5 weeks ago

      I see your point... BUT Halloween is all in FUN and we shouldn't look into it too much. I'm sure it's not in the intent for people to be blatantly RACIST. COSTUMES ARE SUPSPOSE TO BE FUN. Infact O.P your an idiot for even taking costumes seriously. You might be right in all respects to protect the integrity of race... But if you look at most of the costumes worn today we actually are laughing at ourselves having a responsible adult celebration. You're JUST A TIGHT ASS FEMINIST THAT THINKS YOURSELF AS COOL POSTING THIS TRASH. WOW I'M SO IMPRESSED FUCKIN DUMBASS!!!!

    • Jose 4 weeks ago

      The Egyptians were not really black. Not all of Africa was black, the Northern part like Liberia,Egypt, and Algeria were and are middle eastern. Remeber the Sahara dessert divided the middle eastern people in the north from the black people in the south.

    • Egyptian 3 weeks ago

      I am Egyptian and according to your picture i am whiter than you, actually you look like Northern Egyptian, Lebanese or something like that. years ago. Egyptians were North African Meditteraneans not East Africans or West Africans, you should learn geography and part of it is in West Asia, it is located between North Africa and Levant to be exact. Modern Egyptian Meditteranean Christian Copts resemble ancient Egyptians as they aren’t mixed. Afrocentrics are just dreamers who try to steal the whole world history even Blacks are ashamed of them. Black Nubians were considered as foreigners by Ancient Egyptians and Ancient Egyptians considered them enemies and enslaved some of them. North Africans were simply Caucasians as they look in the book of Gates Seti 2, while Black Nubians who are fairer than West Africans looked Black in the same book. Ancient Egyptians spoke Egyptian language which is part of Afrocentric language family and the nearest languages to it was Semitic language while Nubians spoke Nubian language which is part of Nilo-Saharan languages which is totally different language group, that means they don’t share anything ( if they were black, their native language would belong from Sub-Saharan language family). Isrealite Moses was mistaken for being Egyptian, so do you mean jews were black?!! Egyptians were something between Berbers and Semitics as Egypt is located between North Africa and Levant and Modern Egyptian. White Christian Copts resemble them as they aren’t mixed. Sub-Saharan DNA is totally different from North African DNA ( Modern or Ancient ). Egypt is for EGYPTIANS ONLY . Blacks didn’t create the Egyptian Civilization as you said, don’t speak bullshit if you aren’t Egyptian, we don’t give a shit about your eyes, Ancient Egyptians were simply tanned people of Mediterranean phenotype ( Egypt is South Mediterranean country if you know geography) just like Arabs. For Non-Egyptians i hope that they don’t say anything about Ancient Egypt. Descendants of Egyptians are in Egypt and if you want to learn Egyptian history, you can learn it from Egyptians not Black American Afrocentric LOL.

    • Random person 3 days ago

      Is dressing up as a cannibal racists?

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