Will Smith’s wife Jada Pinkett Smith has a Facebook show called “Red Table” where she discusses hot topics as Oprah did in her one-on-ones. The discussion on this show is about the relationships between black and white women.

THE SISTERHOOD OF THE VICTIM MENTALITY

The discussion with the women began with the small group talking about anger they feel about past instances of racism from white people. The women go on and on describing the triggers and the things that set them off to feel like victims.

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Smith talks about white women and how she knows how they know how it feels to be oppressed.  Her mom says they were told not to tell about white people in their family and not to bring white people home.

This is a useless conversation that doesn’t lead to moving forward but only lets these women wallow in victimhood.

“I have to admit I’m guilty to that to a certain degree because I do have my own biases, specifically to blond women. Blond hair on white women just triggers me, and I’ve had to catch myself.”

The Racial Divide: Women of Color & White Women

The tough topic of race relations between women is brought to the Red Table with famed diversity educator Jane Elliott.

Posted by Red Table Talk on Thursday, November 8, 2018

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