Famous actor Morgan Freeman has shared his ideas about Black History. Black actor is known for the best movies in Hollywood and highly respected by Black society. At his recent interniew actor has shared his ideas about the term "Afro American".
Morgan Freeman shared his ideas about Black History
The 85-year-old actor, who most recently starred in Zach Braff's movie A Good Person, talked about race in the interview. The famous actress said in a statement to The Sunday Times Culture magazine: There are two things I can openly say that I don't like. Black History Memorial Month is an insult. Are you going to reduce my date to a month?
"Also, 'African-American' is an insult. I do not accept this adjective. Blacks have had different adjectives ranging from the word n (a derogatory term for blacks in English -ed.n.) and I don't know how they got this far, but everyone uses 'African American'. "
The actress continued, "What does that really mean? Most blacks in this part of the world are mulattos. And you talk about Africa as if it's a country, but it's a continent just like Europe."