Just follow the day and reach for the sun!
I personally do not care about the word in the sense of who says it since the word wasn't historically aimed at my people, and with the anti black racism, i feel like those who would be racist towards blacks would obviously also be racist towards Somalis so we'd be against a common enemy but then again plenty of blacks do not want anything to do with us so perhaps we fight our own discrimination separatelyHonestly speaking, how does the N-word make you feel as a Somali? Do you feel demoralized or degraded by it? I ask because there has been alot of controversy surrounding many universities in Canada (uOttawa, Windsor and Concordia) that have had professors saying the N-word in class. Do you identify with the 'anti-black racism' rhetoric? Or do you feel like its an issue that only impacts descendants of slaves (African Americans and Caribbean's) and therefore, you feel like an outsider.