I don't believe it's THAT race related though. I don't think the guys running AIG and all those other companies really give a fu*k if they are ripping off poor white people or poor black people they just want all the fu*king money. Green is the only color they care about.
I know it's harder for minorities though cause people are less likely to give them all a chance for employment due to stereotyping. But you're still just competing for the same sh*tty low end jobs and getting the barest crumbs off the people at the top even if you do get a job.
you're right. just like everything else in this country, racism has evolved. though the blatant fu*k n*ggas standpoints is still around, it's shifted from skin color to pocket size. it's the new discrimination. still, there are fewer opportunities for us colored folks which you did point out.
That's exactly what the experiment was about. It's about the value of work, and how interesting it is that those monkeys have somewhat of an ability to conceptualize it. In my work experience, I have never seen in general any difference in pay between different races holding the same position. What position you actually get is another story, and that's another discussion altogether. But for someone to watch this video and immediately just start that diarrhea of the mouth about "that's what happens to black people!" is fu*king stupid. These cats sound insecure about themselves and project that on society because they have a sh*tty job that pays sh*t. But I bet you that every white colleague they have around them in the same positions are getting paid just as sh*tty.
well, when watching this first i laughed my a.ss off cuz he looked tight off that like this is some bullsh*t. we are similar, monkeys and humans, so to see that kind of reaction is genuinely funny. n*ggas tend to act like that when frustrated and we're almost the same complexion so you can't fault n*ggas for a.ssociating themselves with this video. i don't feed into stereotypes so i get where ur coming from.
there is plenty of discrimination on a job site though, in my experience. as far as pay goes, well, i think that there are disparities when you move up the ladder and get to the more distinct positions than say something at wendy's or walmart. those jobs are just looking for a body because anyone can do that. if you start climbing the corporate ladder, i think that's where you'll see the wages are different and more of the corporate warfare you see on tv happens.