It's still a uphill battle. And I stand ny what I said, I watch the pageants. Usually if that year there are a lot of black contestants there will be a black winner. But most years there aren't a lot, and the few there don't get far. Did you this year's u.s.a pageant? Only one contestant of color and it isn't even clear what color she was. With the Wikipedia article, I don't know if that's true but Wikipedia isn't the best source, as it can be edited by anyone. But even if it is correct, our dempgraphics don't change year to year, why do the Pageants? To me things will look more fair when the pageants reflect reality, 14% of the top 15 (the girls with a real shot) black every year consistently. And not as tokenism, for the judges to actually independently choose 14% every single year, no more all white years. To me this sounds like the "why is there no white history month? " question. Because every month is white history month! In the pageant system damn near every pageant every year is the miss white America pageant. So rather than accept being tossed a bone once every few years, we started our own where we compete fairly.
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