Do All Black People Think the Same?

Do All Black People Think the Same?

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95 Responses

  1. Bella B says:

    Ooooo keep it coming. This series is gonna be so good

  2. JK P says:

    Everyone has a “work voice” and chooses different language based on audience.

    • Joakim Fossan says:

      +huh? We seem to be talking about two different things. Standards that discriminate just because something is ethnic is not cool. I agree. That’s not the kind I’m talking about. When that happens, call it out. But if one is asked to follow a standard for health reasons or ease of communication, that’s different. Code switching being an example where both could happen. I think looking at those examples on a case by case basis is the best.

    • huh? says:

      +Joakim Fossan Yeah, I get that.

    • leonard u says:

      +MSK SKM That’s complete nonsense.

    • Jazmine Jewels says:

      For black people or any other minority that has to code switch, it’s about being overly polite to be taken seriously. You might think that’s everyone, but there’s more of an underlying pressure for black people because we already know a lot of people have preconceived notions about how we act because of the media. Speaking on a sense for the media, European or white is put in a very positive light like tourism is catered to white people ect and even commercials (slightly starting to change but still). The pressure a white person feels to be polite does not boil down to their race for the most part.

    • Jimmy Neutron says:

      Yeah but you have to admit black people get the short end of the stick there. Blacks among others

  3. Brenna Paulson says:

    The only thing I was confused on was code switching. I totally get it just talking to a white person – but even at my work NO ONE can talk slang at all and we gotta be serious. It’s not really a white thing as much as it’s a respect thing everywhere. I’ve worked abroad in Asia and it was a similar concept. Slang with friends but at the restaurant or at work you change your tone and word choice. Of course blacks do have to do it to a higher extent – but I think everyone does this regardless of location in the world.

    • Mia says:

      @Brenna Paulson It depends where you’re from. I’m in the south, where white men can bring in twang and drawl into a meeting and still be respected and taken seriously, but if a black person comes in for an interview speaking AAV… they won’t get past the door.

    • Brenna Paulson says:

      A .G black people don’t sound angry when speaking AAV though? So I don’t see why you’d assume people think they do. In GENERAL any and all slangs or slurs in talking (which I do often from the influence of my peers) is not acceptable in the workplace. Hence I said it’s harder for African Americans but it’s not like it’s unheard of for everyone in the world. Work abroad and you might see why it’s “normal”.

    • Aeternum Vale says:

      +Brenna Paulson Totally agree. You dont even have to work abroad for that. I cant use slang with patients or other doctors, i have to speak properly, its different with other people, with my friends or family where everyone speaks a bit more relaxed, i even use multiple languages since i live abroad. But definitely for AA is more difficult.

    • Jazmine Jewels says:

      I can see ur point but for black people or any other minority that has to code switch, it’s about being overly polite to be taken seriously. You might think that’s everyone, but there’s more of an underlying pressure for black people because we already know a lot of people have preconceived notions about how we act because of the media. Speaking on a sense for the media, European or white is put in a very positive light like tourism is catered to white people ect and even commercials (slightly starting to change but still). The pressure a white person feels to be polite does not boil down to their race for the most part.

    • Marko says:

      Good point, all people talk to their friends different than how they talk at work. Also if i talk to my mum or dad i talk differently than with my friends. I’m white and I do this, it is not a black thing only.

  4. Dina Kalim says:

    this channel combines education with humanity and humor and its produced so well like dammmm i wanna be one of these

  5. Anna Zhao says:

    This is gold but also pleaseeeee do an ASIAN VERSION

  6. Bethany Minar says:

    I do not mean disrespect in this comment, but I ‘code switch’ in professional verse casual situations. Unless I’m misunderstanding the definition, I change my speech, mannerisms, style etc based off the situation.
    Religious pressures, professional, familial, etc.
    Humans change and adapt to different situations.

    • Lil Comment says:

      Bethany Minar exactly. If one of my white friends wants to hang out I’ll talk like me, if my black principal calls me to his office I’m gonna switch it up

    • Elin Nilsson says:

      I have like 6 different “code switches” which I switch according to my surroundings

    • Remastered Gaming says:

      Black people have to do it to a way higher extent here in America. That’s what they mean obviously everyone does it but do you have to do it as much as blacks is the real question.

    • cough pillbox says:

      Congratulations, you’re a normal functioning human being.

  7. Elissa Kim says:

    Absolutely love this series and its direction. I love that this channel is always challenging people to have genuine conversations. We need more Jubilee in this world.

  8. Macy A says:

    Can you do a part 2 that asks about colorism and/or interracial dating?

  9. Michael says:

    Do all white people think the same?
    Do all Asian people think the same?
    Do all tall people think the same?
    Do all blondes think the same?
    Do all rich/poor people think the same?

    This series is gonna destroy stereotypes!

  10. mp517q says:

    She said Kanye is making very specific phrases and then said a completely wrong quote lol. He didn’t say that…

  11. Ryan Dees says:

    Dreadlocks were also in Scandinavian Viking culture not just African

    • Alpha G says:

      Dindu Nuffins black people are cool and they have some great great contributions to the world especially in music

    • Faith Moss says:

      frog music, tans, hair, you heard of black fishing right? okay then. i don’t need to explain myself farther.

    • Alpha G says:

      And Africa as amazing history I think you just ignorant

    • Jazmine Jewels says:

      +Dindu Nuffins ….really? Black culture is so interesting and rich that it’s been stolen for years…black artist back in the day getting music stolen by white artist….hair styles like corn rows being coined as boxer braids by the Kardashians…literally the majority of Africa being colonized because of its rich resources. PLZ TAKE SEVERAL SEATS!

    • Fiona Stella says:

      frog and am sure Asains Americans even Europeans dont speak latin so whats your point.

  12. xxXCold-BloodedXxx says:

    Kanye’s comment about Black people “choosing to be slaves” is the same as Ben Carson saying that Black Slaves were “immigrants.” It’s twisting the actual history into “his-story”

  13. leondelafonte says:

    You should put black Africans & black Americans and do this kind of video again.

    There are a lot of different perspectives of blackness from the continent.

  14. Lorde Darius says:

    No. No two people ever see things 100% the same.

  15. Dana Bongard says:

    I think Adib has the most reasonable arguments. He’s calm and explains himself well.

    • Dana Bongard says:

      +Mia since i enjoy free education and a good one too i actually know a lot about the US and its history! I’ve also never said he was the only one doing this and i recommend you carrying on since all you do is make (wrong) assumptions.

    • MagicalKid says:

      Did she say anything about the others? Did she say they were all an angry mess? Even if she implied that, that’s how she feels, and that can’t be invalidated by her not being American. Just because you have a history doesn’t justify you going around acting a certain way. It’s understandable of course, but doesn’t mean that I have to agree or accept it. You definitely do sound angry to me in your replies.

    • Rose says:

      Dana Bongard Completely agree with you. Even if he’s a first generation African American and might not fully be able to empathize with the “original” African Americans, he articulates his arguments well, even if you don’t agree with him on everything he says (I don’t), people have to admit that he knows what he’s talking about and has knowledge on the topics he’s got a strong opinion on 🙂

    • cough pillbox says:

      +Mia you like being mad

    • Maricruz Matos says:

      I think everyone minoritie is afraid of the police! Experienced it for myself. Me being Mexican was arrested while my white friend walked away. I hate to police with a passion always racial profiling.

  16. starburst and skittles says:

    Who else thinks that Adib is Somali?

  17. Random Legend says:

    Tip: you should have duct tapes on the ground to separate the agreements.

  18. WatchFix says:

    Next up… *Do All White People Think the Same?* – “Are you proud to be white?” (everyone moves to strongly agree) ‘OMG RAAAAACIST’

  19. Elia Sager says:

    White people definetly do not talk the same in buissness meetings and the basketball court, wtf?!

  20. Brianna says:

    Fried chicken just had to be first damn question…..🙄🙄🙄🙄🙄

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