Tonight's the premier of Black/White, Ice Cube's new show that "paints" a black family white and a white family black and (now I'm guessing), has them move to a new town and live together and discuss their perceptions.
I generally don't dig on reality TV too much, but as SSG"s resident racist (or so many of you think) I'm expecting to get a good laugh over the emergence of stereotypes beginning with tonight's episode.
My preconceived opinion is that members of specific races bring stereotypes upon themselves (gangstas with 40's, etc.) and then the media focuses on them. Keep that in mind when I ask you to consider if Ice Cube has become an anti-black racist himself with his show (never mind you that he is black - he himself may have forgotten). Meanwhile, watch language use (Eubonics, slang, etc. that will come up and be described as cultural differences - but keep in mind that I'm a proponent of a unified American culture and not divisiveness based on skin color, or religion, etc.)
Anyway, I'm curious to see if this show will have a point to it, and what it is.
I'll be back here in 2 hours and 15 minutes.