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I mentioned earlier that I tried to identify with other “non-white’ people through the eyes of fellow oppressed brothers and sisters that were under the boot of the “colonizing white man.” I had some friends come in from mainland.
They were black and were enamored by the beauty of Hawaii.
Academia and other liberal arts studies programs have capitalized on the issues of minority oppression and have intellectualized these topics.
Now, I’m not getting into the validity of these arguments, nor am I going to entertain any scientific pontification of the sort.
I’m merely describing how some black people employ these ideas in order to gain alliances against, what they perceive as a common foe, white oppression.
I believe that this is why you see so many whites express themselves openly and quite frequently than say, “Polynesians” or other Asian groups.
It’s just not in their culture, but I think as these topics begin to gain traction, you will see many Polynesian and Asian individuals seek to make their voice heard, in an arena that has been dominated by whites.