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White 8th Grader Wins Award For Apologizing To Blacks For “Whiteness”

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White 8th Grader Wins Award For Apologizing To Blacks For “Whiteness”

Professional actor Royce Mann and Nadej Bailey, Co-Nominees, 2014 Young Artist of the Year, GA Entertainment Gala.

Blacks and leftists aren’t in interested in “right over wrong” or justice, they are interested in increasing their power, and so invent mindless concepts like “white privilege” in order to justify power grabs.

Royce’s mother is a leftist activist who was a delegate to the 2012 Democrat convention. And she obviously wrote this “slam.”

From IMDB on Royce’s mother, Sheri Mann: Sheri is a busy political activist and co-founder of Grassroots social justice groups and was elected as a Delegate to the 2012 Democratic National Convention. She is a lover of fine wine, fine food and fine people and is the proud mother of actors Tendal Mann and Royce Mann and is spouse to Barry Stewart Mann.

Excerpted from Breitbart: Left-wing media and social justice warriors are salivating over a white eighth grade boy who has taken first place in a “poetry slam” for his poem titled “White Boy Privilege,” in which he apologizes for the “privilege” of white boys and men.

Royce Mann, 14, a student at The Paideia School in Atlanta, recited his poem featured in the video below (language warning), as reported by Rollingout. Keep reading

  • Sam

    The kid is a brainwashed little creep. His mother is a fool

  • Jack Burton

    Looks a little swarthy. What kind of white is he exactly? He must be one of those Mexican/North African/West Asian “white boys.” What a moron.

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  • JGTThrasher

    he is ANOTHER Jew pretending to be White in order to stir up anti-White sentiment.

  • little sister

    If that was my child….I would wash his mouth out with soap ….and take him to the woodshed!