I just graduated from college a month ago. During my 4 years I honestly never witnessed any acts of racism toward any racial group (I’’m white). And particularly white on black , not one incident. If I had a dollar for every time I even heard the “n” word during those 4 years, I don’t think it would be enough to buy a BigMac. So I guess I agree with the leretseh dude - whose comment is hidden. I ‘m looking for work right now and willing to go anywhere reasonable …but I know exactly where I can’t go - because of my race - to search for a job. I wonder if THAT will ever change?
As for "retired" Bill in his ALL white community in Cape cod, sending his kid to an all white private girl’s school, well, bully for you dude. My generation has to go out into the REAL world and try to make it. For you, it's easy to put a smile on your face. Livin’ large. Livin’ GOOD. Try moving to an urban area. Experience REAL diversity. Sorry if I'm sound disrespectful but saying something and living it are two different things. For multiculturalism to actually work, all peoples have to be active participants. One people can't always get a pass on their behavior.