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(Possible connection tot the ghost like appearance of the KKK)From TV show "The Brady Bunch," especially used to make the point that whites are acting "uncool." A variation is to refer to someone by the names of one of the Brady Bunch children,i.e., Peter, Marsha, etc. supported the confederacy in the Civil War, and still display their support with confederate flags.
Term probably comes from the briar bushes found in Appalachian states. Applied locally to redneck Kentucky native or other southerner from Appalachia who resettled in Southwestern Ohio during or after WWII in search of factory jobs. Increasingly being used by the media to denote KKK members who sometimes display the Confederate Battle Flag.
And the attention he does receive for identifying as Black isn’t favorable – it’s frequently unsolicited and racialized.
For instance, one white man asked him, “Do you wanna make a white man your slave?
She narrated the process of her finally accepting […] If you’ve ever been on the online dating market and were frustrated with your responses, you might be able to blame your race.
In the world of gay online dating, your race affects your romantic and sexual connections, whether your potential partners realize it or not.
After receiving pushback, a white Christian mother removed her blog post discussing her daughter’s interracial marriage with a Black man.
The parent, Gaye Clark, published a blog post called “When God Sends Your White Daughter a Black Husband,” where she displayed her views for the world to see.
Enslaved African-Americans told tales to their children of a Boogie Man who would abduct you, kill you or otherwise cause harm to you if you were to leave the plantation.
The Boogie man of which they spoke was in essence the white man.