Not sure exactly what this mother said before entering the taxi, but the boy was repeating, “…pero Mamá, estos negros no se ven peligrosos. No se ven peligrosos como me dijiste Mamá” as he tried unsuccessfully to shush him. (“…but Mom, these black men don’t look dangerous. They don’t look dangerous like you told me, Mom.”)
-As told by Alex Hardy, AfroPanamanian-American expat living in Panama City, Panama.
A typical story of daily treatment of Afrodescendants in Latin America.