What does being black really mean?
Is it what's being represented on TV?
Does it relate to a status quo,
or what you truly know?
Isn't it just the pigment of one's skin,
and not the neighborhood he or she lives in?
How can I truly fit the description,
and where can I find a copy of this transcription?
I am constantly accused of being white,
because I have an education,
and my mom raised me right.
Just because I follow the rules of our society,
doesn't mean I should be defined as a whitey.
A race should be defined as the color of one's skin.
Not the way some of the people with that color,
act and how they treat one another.