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Use black (adjective, the color) itself to describe the person, if absolutely necessary, i.e. black person or dark-skinned or dark-complexioned.

Never refer to them or address them as a black (noun). And completely avoid terms like negro, nigger, colored etc.

An example from BBC News.

Benedict Cumberbatch has apologised after using the term "coloured" to describe black actors. He was on a US talk show, explaining that there are more opportunities for black actors in Hollywood than the UK.

I say this from my Indian perspective, and experience otherwise having been to many countries.

Too much "political correctness" will only lead to more confusion, problems, and does more harm than good.

Use black (adjective, the color) itself to describe the person, if necessary, i.e. black person or dark-skinned or dark-complexioned.

Never refer to them or address them as a black (noun). And completely avoid terms like negro, nigger, colored etc.

An example from BBC News.

Benedict Cumberbatch has apologised after using the term "coloured" to describe black actors. He was on a US talk show, explaining that there are more opportunities for black actors in Hollywood than the UK.

I say this from my Indian perspective, and experience otherwise having been to many countries.

Too much "political correctness" will only lead to more confusion, problems, and does more harm than good.

Use black (adjective, the color) itself to describe the person, if absolutely necessary, i.e. black person or dark-skinned or dark-complexioned.

Never refer to them or address them as a black (noun). And completely avoid terms like negro, nigger, colored etc.

An example from BBC News.

Benedict Cumberbatch has apologised after using the term "coloured" to describe black actors. He was on a US talk show, explaining that there are more opportunities for black actors in Hollywood than the UK.

I say this from my Indian perspective, and experience otherwise having been to many countries.

Too much "political correctness" will only lead to more confusion, problems, and does more harm than good.

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Use black (adjective, the color) itself to describe the person, if necessary, i.e. black person or dark-skinned or dark-complexioned.

But neverNever refer to them or address them as a black (noun).

Too much "political correctness" will only lead to more confusion, problems, and does more harm than good.

CompletelyAnd completely avoid terms like negro, nigger, colored etc.

An example from BBC News that support this idea.

Benedict Cumberbatch has apologised after using the term "coloured" to describe black actors. He was on a US talk show, explaining that there are more opportunities for black actors in Hollywood than the UK.

I say this from my Indian perspective, and experience otherwise having been to many countries.

Too much "political correctness" will only lead to more confusion, problems, and does more harm than good.

Use black (adjective, the color) itself to describe the person, if necessary, i.e. black person or dark-skinned or dark-complexioned.

But never refer to them or address them as a black (noun).

Too much "political correctness" will only lead to more confusion, problems, and does more harm than good.

Completely avoid terms like negro, nigger, colored etc.

An example from BBC News that support this idea.

Benedict Cumberbatch has apologised after using the term "coloured" to describe black actors. He was on a US talk show, explaining that there are more opportunities for black actors in Hollywood than the UK.

I say this from my Indian perspective, and experience otherwise having been to many countries.

Use black (adjective, the color) itself to describe the person, if necessary, i.e. black person or dark-skinned or dark-complexioned.

Never refer to them or address them as a black (noun). And completely avoid terms like negro, nigger, colored etc.

An example from BBC News.

Benedict Cumberbatch has apologised after using the term "coloured" to describe black actors. He was on a US talk show, explaining that there are more opportunities for black actors in Hollywood than the UK.

I say this from my Indian perspective, and experience otherwise having been to many countries.

Too much "political correctness" will only lead to more confusion, problems, and does more harm than good.

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Use black (adjective, the color) itself to describe the person, if necessary, i.e. black person or dark-skinned or dark-complexioned.

But never refer to them or address them as a black (noun).

Too much "political correctness" will only lead to more confusionmore confusion, problems, and does more harm than good. 

Completely avoid terms like negro, nigger, colored etc.

An example from BBC News that support this idea.

Benedict Cumberbatch has apologised after using the term "coloured" to describe black actors. He was on a US talk show, explaining that there are more opportunities for black actors in Hollywood than the UK.

I say this from my Indian perspective, and experience otherwise having been to many countries.

Use black (adjective, the color) itself to describe the person, if necessary, i.e. black person or dark-skinned or dark-complexioned.

But never refer to them or address them as a black (noun).

Too much "political correctness" will only lead to more confusion.

Completely avoid terms like negro, nigger, colored etc.

An example from BBC News that support this idea.

Benedict Cumberbatch has apologised after using the term "coloured" to describe black actors. He was on a US talk show, explaining that there are more opportunities for black actors in Hollywood than the UK.

I say this from my Indian perspective, and experience otherwise having been to many countries.

Use black (adjective, the color) itself to describe the person, if necessary, i.e. black person or dark-skinned or dark-complexioned.

But never refer to them or address them as a black (noun).

Too much "political correctness" will only lead to more confusion, problems, and does more harm than good. 

Completely avoid terms like negro, nigger, colored etc.

An example from BBC News that support this idea.

Benedict Cumberbatch has apologised after using the term "coloured" to describe black actors. He was on a US talk show, explaining that there are more opportunities for black actors in Hollywood than the UK.

I say this from my Indian perspective, and experience otherwise having been to many countries.

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