They surmise because black people have a “particular characteristic in common”, namely melanin, there exists an inherent “feeling of fellowship” because, again, being black, we naturally “share common attitudes, interests, and goals”, and on that basis further assume that blacks prefer to “live together” in “specified habitats”.
In other words, get a group of black and brown-skinned people together in one place and – Voila! – like magic – “black community”.
See how this works?
It is a mindset that gives little or no consideration whatsoever to the uniqueness of one’s God-given personhood. No thought at all to diversity of ideological worldview or individual cultural or social experience.
It simply assumes that to be of a certain skin color is to be in “community” with others who likewise might be of a similar skin color.
It is the cultural equivalent of making instant oatmeal for breakfast. Only instead of hot water, “just add melanin”.
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