Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Talks African Ancestry, Cultural Appropriation & Democratic Leadership

Published: Wednesday 13th Feb 2019 by David

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez has revealed why she feels it would be immoral for her to identify as a black woman despite the fact that she has African ancestry in an interview with MSNBC.

The powerful political figure was discussing Elizabeth Warren‘s claim that she is of Native American descent and how said claim may have hurt her chances of winning the Presidential election in 2020.

Cortez’ thoughts and feelings on all that and a wide range of issues below…


The Puerto Rican public figure’s comments inspired a debate on race and identity on social media.


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  1. China February 13, 2019

    latino’s, ricans, Dominicans – all black/mixed race. Thats all

    • SMH February 13, 2019

      Try telling that to white folks hon.

    • Shera February 13, 2019

      OMg here we go again! Umm theyre are black and white latinos and mixed sooo it is what it is! Sheesh

  2. Big Momma February 13, 2019

    I love AOC. Her stupidity – and how the queeeer, black and feminist millennials are eating her words like candy — is going to help Trump win 2020.

    • SMH February 13, 2019

      Delusional thinking like that is exactly why trump will NOT win in 2020, if he even makes it to 2020 without going to prison.

      • Trump Tight (MAGA) February 13, 2019

        The threat of impeachment and imprisonment has been going on for more than two years now. We are still unbothered. Trump ain’t going nowhere until January 2025.

  3. Anne February 13, 2019

    I agree that Elizabeth Warren was wrong to ignore the rest of her heritage which is mainly European, and falsely claim to be Native American just to attempt to gain an advantage. Her so called apologies so far have not really acknowledged that what she did was intentional appropriation and she did it more than once. She comes across as very inauthentic on this subject which leads me to question her overall authenticity. I don’t think I can look over this if she doesn’t fully acknowledge her actions. All this stuff about her family telling her stories and not being a member of a tribe is crap. No one in her family told her that she was a Native American, they may have told it was part of her heritage somewhere down the line, but I’m sure she has enough common sense to know that they were not telling her to consider herself that. Her actions were intentional, not mistaken.

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