This comment was by Don in reference to the post – White Fragility and the Question of Trust
My question is do you ever have these groups with other than white groups? In my experience, we are all racist regardless of the color of your skin. White tend to recognize it more often than others in this country because we are constantly pointed at and accused of it. Other races (at least in my experience) say “I can’t be racist because I’m an oppressed minority.” That’s BS and tends to exacerbate the racial issues that we face. These types of articles would be much more impactful if directed at all of us instead of demonizing one group or another.
My first day at Yale we had a professor give a presentation on diversity and the first thing that she said was “I am a racist and I recognize that, but so are all of you regardless of the color of your skin and the only way we are going to get past it is by all of us recognizing that fact and moving all of us forward together.”
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