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Frustrated: Black American Men in Brazil (Documentary)

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Postby skateboardstephen » Tue Nov 29, 2011 10:24 am

Taco wrote:I used to work with a guy that lived in Brazil for 10 yrs. and I just remembered something he told me. He mentioned to me once that there's a city in Brazil where black men are banned from entering. I was a little shocked when he told me this, I don't remember the name of the city or even why black men are banned from it but if its true it would indicate theres some racism that still exists. I don't really know much about it, but it might be worth researching should you decide to travel there.


white brazilians will swear up and down there is no racism in brazil but that is bull shit.and i think even the mixed race people there don't like blacks.and in the united states i almost never even see them with afro brazilian people when i see them they are almost all ways by them selves.i'am around a lot of brazilian people in a lot of the places i go to and my girl is brazilian so i know them pretty well.i will say they are better than hispanics when it comes to being conclusive but i have my guard up.

brazilians will all ways use covert racism like talking shit about baianos(people from the state of baiha my girls state by the way)the state is mostly black and they associate any thing negative with being baiano they even call people that as a insult which is like a covert way of saying someone is acting like a nigger instead of calling them one.they all ways claim stuff like capoeira and samba as brazilian but will never acknowledge the african origins behind the music the instruments.samba at one time was considered low class black music sort of like rap is in the usa.

right know i can't stand some brazilan women in the states especially the ones who were born here they think just because i'm black i wan to stick a dick in them especially the really lite skin ones it's funny even though i have been with other races the my brazilian girl looks like she is from africa.i sometimes make it a point to tell them i have someone just so i can have a normal conversation with them with out them thinking i'm trying to f**k them.

it funny when i tell brazilian guys i have a girl from brazil and they say oohhh wow let me see her picture and then when they see that she is black they are like ohhhh ummmmm.and she is no where near ugly they only respond with this lack of enthusiasm because she is black.
se eu soubesse o que eu sei hoje, teria mando mulheres americanas para foder-se há muitos anos.que deus abençoe o brasil!
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Postby Winston » Mon Sep 01, 2014 4:41 pm

Falcon,
The link to your video is broken. That documentary is now at this link.

Frustrated: Black American Men in Brazil

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BOjvPOBvd9A[/youtube]
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Re: Frustrated: Black American Men in Brazil (Documentary)

Postby Winston » Tue Aug 02, 2016 1:41 am

Black Love Abroad - A Review of the Frustrated Documentary

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u6axg_ajCPc[/youtube]

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Postby IraqVet2003 » Wed Aug 03, 2016 6:00 am

Falcon wrote:The first part is by far the most valuable one, but too bad it got taken down. (From my own memory) It also contains comments by black American women such as:

- A lot of black men don't want anything to do with the sistahs. I say, they should at least give black women a chance. But they won't, because they say they're done with black women.
- If I've got everything, I don't find myself in needing a man that much.
- I'm not dating a man who's less educated than I am.
- Women want to feel secure. If something happens to my own job, the man should be able to fill in.
- If I'm making six figures, he should make at least $75k.
- Most of my friends who are black women, with J.D.'s, M.D.'s, Ph.D.'s - are single.
- I have a bachelor's degree - I'm going for a master's soon hopefully - and I prefer a man with at least that level of education. That's not asking much. Because if you don't, what does that say about your priorities on education. I know, some people might have had financial problems or familial problems preventing them from getting higher education, but still. It shows you don't place that much of an emphasis on education.
- More than 50% of all black women are single.

Then the black American men in Brazil say:
- This place is heaven. Once you come here, you don't ever want to go back.
- I tell my friends back home, "Don't come to Brazil." Because if you come here alone, and go back to see your wife, you will be seriously depressed. Instead, take your wife on an Alaskan cruise, but just don't come down here. (chuckles)
- Things are real bad back in the States.
- You can't ever hug a woman back in the States. If you do she might - yeah - call the cops on you or something. But here, people do it all the time.
- This is something that every black man should see at least once - ONCE - in his lifetime.
- The world is a far far bigger place than most Americans believe it to be. Get out there, and see the world for yourself. It's really gonna change you.
- The girls down here all know how to treat a man and respect a man. Back in the States, I'd know a woman for less than a week, and she'd start giving me all that baggage. I mean, come on, we just got to know each other! Here in Brazil, the girls don't do that kind of stuff.
- I'd tell the women back home, "I want to see your credit report, not your medical one."
- Many of the women back home have been married 4 or 5 times. I think it's better to say they're DIVORCED 4 or 5 times. Because if they can't stay in a relationship for a long period of time, then they've got serious issues.


A tiny sample of the first part of "Frustrated":
http://vimeo.com/15793619


Trailers:
http://vimeo.com/14213698
http://vimeo.com/14287258

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cb5cyFyhfN8[/youtube]

Al Greeze talks about his documentary:

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=90XjHndBKJI[/youtube]
[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FIjCGOfKxrk[/youtube]


This was one of the best videos I have seen on youtube.com!!!!
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