“Calm down with that White privilege,” Brooklyn activist Moise Morancy told a racist White woman on an NYC bus after he claims she verbally attacked his sister. The cell phone footage already has over 321,000 views on Facebook.
The woman curses at Morancy and his sister when they question if she’s uncomfortable because they’re Black and speaking up.
Morancy wrote on Facebook,
So this morning, I get on a crowded bus on my way to school & this white woman is bugging out, yelling and being extremely rude, mainly because people were standing near the back door. So this brilliant black girl kindly says to her “Ma’am, there’s no room on this bus. There’s a stroller and it’s extremely crowded, where are people supposed to stand?” Immediately the woman snapped saying all kinds of rude things! No, I don’t know this black girl from a hole in the wall, but I don’t care. You ain’t gonna talk to my sista like that. So I call out that woman’s racist remarks as well as her white privilege; because she thinks she can speak to whoever she wants to in whichever manner she feels. All hell breaks loose as we see her true perspective of not only us as black people but our traits and occupations…..what do you think? Was I wrong for stepping in?
The unknown woman accused Morancy of playing the “Black card.” Then lashed out with lines like “He’s inferior because he’s Black” and “I have nice hair. At least I have hair to fix. Sounds racist to us.
“I wish I can smack the camera out of your hand,” she said.
She should have thought twice about who she was trying that day.
Young Black Man Schools Racist: ‘White People Feel Uncomfortable When Black People Speak Up’ was originally published on hellobeautiful.com