Carlee’s Grace

Anyone with something negative to say about Carlee didn’t care about her safety in the first place. She deserves grace, I give her grace. I don’t know nor care about the details. People and their fake outrage. If only they had this much rage towards the plethora of people whose hateful words and actions leave behind a trail of endless victims.

All I care about is that she’s a young Black lady, and I want the best for her because she deserves the best. This type of thing is common among young people who have a mental break.


If you’re one of the few out here on this planet who do not side with the world’s anti-blackness and you believe that Black people, especially young Black people in crisis, deserve grace and deserve to be treated with grace just like how every other race is treated respectfully when they have a crisis….then….

You’re welcomed to share your story:

In honor of Sha’Carri Richardson’s powerful quote,

You can go here and share your story about how you are ‘not back but better!’

Even ChatGPT Gets it
Question to ChatGPT: Are black people in the public eye treated more harshly than other races for similar behaviors?

As an AI language model, I don’t have access to real-time data or the ability to browse the internet for the latest information. However, as of my last update in September 2021, there have been numerous studies, discussions, and instances that suggest racial bias and differential treatment toward Black individuals in the public eye.

There is a wealth of evidence that supports the existence of systemic racism and biases in various fields, including media, entertainment, and sports. Black individuals in the public eye, such as athletes, actors, musicians, and politicians, have often faced disproportionately negative portrayals, harsher criticisms, and double standards compared to individuals of other races.

One example is the difference in media coverage and public perception of Black athletes compared to their white counterparts. Black athletes have historically faced more scrutiny and negative portrayals, even for minor transgressions, while white athletes may receive more forgiving treatment for similar behaviors. This phenomenon has been referred to as “racialized framing” or “racial bias in media coverage.”

Similarly, Black public figures may experience more severe consequences for their actions, leading to reputational damage, lost opportunities, and career setbacks, compared to individuals of other races facing similar situations.

It’s essential to recognize and address these disparities to foster a more equitable and just society. Dismantling systemic racism and promoting unbiased treatment for all individuals, regardless of their race, is an ongoing challenge that requires collective efforts from individuals, institutions, and policymakers.

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