I don’t know if is or isn’t the singular voice for black people. I’m not a black person.
But I will say that you’re not the singular voice for white people.
“I, white person, interviews black people, who see that I’m white, and because their answers correspond to my preconceptions, their viewpoint is genuine.”
This is what I’m reading Sarah. I am a white person. I can’t speak for Cyree as a black person because I’m not a black person. She can speak for herself and deal with any black people who say she’s right or wrong. But I *can* as a white person call out a white person who I feel is misrepresenting white people.
To be fair, my name is Kenneth and I am white and I am a white male.
You would be correct to say that I am using white male privilege here to purport to be an authority and from that, you can legitimately disregard what I’ve said.
It all depends what direction you wish to go, not that you need permission, because you don’t. Nothing requires anybody to listen to me.