Monday, March 18, 2013

Conversations we do not have

How do you treat people of a different race on a daily basis? From Being White in Philadelphia:
On one level, such self-consciousness and hypersensitivity can be seen as progress when it comes to race, a sign of how much attitudes have shifted for the better, a symbol of our desire for things to be better. And yet, lately I’ve come to fear that the opposite might also be true: that our carefulness is, in fact, at the heart of the problem.

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