But do you though? It’s not all KKK rallies and lynchings, it’s all kinds of shades of gray. Basically, it means that you are consciously (or subconsciously) attached to the idea that white people are superior, to other kinds of people.
A small nearly all white town is going to have an extraordinarily difficult time NOT attaching to those ideas…how could the people in that town have access to different ideas than that?
I totally get what you’re saying about the town, but come on. Let’s be real, that town is not going to be welcoming of racial diversity. The initial post clearly explains why and how it has not been; and yet you balked at the writer describing his experiences of his hometown, because you don’t want the town to be exposed for what it is: a typical, white American small town.
You are deluding yourself if you think these towns aren’t inherently racist.
These towns they have a certain charm…given you’re not a black man…in that case, it’s entirely possible that the town will be deadly..ijs…Kenosha says what?