Thats the question hip-hop minista Paul Scott poses with his Dreaming of a Black X-Mass campaign.
Scott feels Americans are ready to adopt a black Jesus as their Savior since they adopted a black man as their president.
He urges Americans to replace the blue-eyed, blond-haired statues and images of Christ with a more historically correct black Jesus sporting dreadlocks.
He says, Changing Jesuss image is for the better. The white image of Jesus is dangerous for gangsta rap and for black children.
Scott says converting your white Jesus to black is easy because you can simply spray paint your nativity scenes brown.
Hes even come up with a hip-hop greeting that embraces a black Christmas, which goes: May your days be merry, not wack. And may all your Christmases be black.
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