Can we say for a fact that the uppity Negro (have to use the term to stay in context though I personally do not use the term) likes the uppity non-Negro — the uppity African immigrant or sympathetic white man or woman, or uppity non-White American in general?

Uppity non-Negroes were part of the fight for civil rights, always have been part of the fight for civil rights. To what extent do uppity non-Negroes still feel comfortable fighting alongside the uppity Negro?

I do not claim to have the answers. I know, however, that all is not okey-dokey in ranks of the uppity.

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