Black people strictly refers to an African American person which is just one of the ethnicities given to the human race. In the sentences following I will refer to "black people" as African Americans. African Americans are not uncommon in my environment therefore I am completely sure they are real. If they were to be some endangered ethnicity I had never seen before then I would have to rely on second hand sources which in my case are unnecessary. The president of the United States is of African American descent therefore by proof of the election of a such "black people[person]" in a well respected political ground like the United States we can prove that black people are in fact real.
Apparently my opponent does not grasp the concept of an "acceptance round" but that's alright I suppose. What does "real" mean? Real is defined as "actually existing as a thing or occurring in fact; not imagined or supposed. My opponent claims that black people exist because he knows several, but how is that a valid argument?
This young man agrees with me. Will you really take my opponent's word over both this person's and mine?
Additionally, real is a totally subjective term. Many people believe in different religions. These religions are all real to different people, and yet they are contradictory. Not all of them can be real. T
he fact is that as of this moment in time, I have no reason to believe black people are real. Can I see a black person? No. The world is ever changing, so unless you are looking at a black person the whole time you are voting on this debate, you have no choice but to vote pro in this debate.