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Anonymous
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TopNotch101
Con (against)

There Should be a Limit of One Black Family per Neighborhood

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Started: 5/21/2018 Category: People
Updated: 3 years ago Status: Debating Period
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Pro

I believe there should be a strict limit of one black family per neighborhood, because blacks cause too much trouble. They are violent and destructive.

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TopNotch101

Con

As the Con side, I will be debating as to why there should not be a limit to one black family per neighborhood.

First of all, this is segregation, discrimination, apartheid, racism, and more. You are assuming that if people are black, they are violent and destructive. This is horribly false. Any and every race have violent people within them, from Latinos to whites. Asians have formed gangs, Latinos are involved in drugs, and many white people rob others. Every race does each of these, but that does not mean that a certain race is "bad." It is the people within it that make it bad.

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