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It’s a popular reference, found in countless songs, texts, and speeches as an understandably empowering juxtaposition to how Black Americans have historically been portrayed here. If you’re from a place where kings and queens existed, there’s a small chance you actually directly descended from them. But we were totally goat tenders, not kings and queens. They’re more terms of shared racial acknowledgement and endearment than anything else.
So popular is this reference, in fact, that many of us use “king” and “queen” as pronouns. And a much, much, much, much, much, much, much larger chance you descended from people who were them.
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