posted on Apr, 29 2016 @ 02:59 PM
a reply to: onequestion
My conclusion is people gravitate to people who share their interests, culture or beliefs...with that said some of those people reject those who do
not share their culture, interests or beliefs...not sure how to address it but it's not all white people who are racist and we need to move forward
acknowledging humanities screw ups and not penalize those who had nothing to do with certain periods of time...
I wonder how much racism is pointed to the Germans for the atrocities during the war? Any Germans out there who could chime in on this?
We will continue down this path because we are acknowledging the different cultures but we are also doing a bang up job isolating groups more and
more...BET, Essence Awards, All Def Movie Awards, Hispanic Heritage Awards, Latin Music Awards, Blackcupid.com, The Oscars (Of Course). My point is
that as much as people want to integrate we seem to push more and more for seclusion within the races.
In cities you have little Italy, Miami you have what amounts to a new Cuba, Chinatowns can be found in most be metropolises, you have Muslim
communities popping up in major states and countries..
So as much as we say people want inclusion that's not the case. People want what white people have but do not necessarily want to be part of that
white group..Some white people just don't get that and it took my buddy who is a black American to explain that to me...
So forget the hole idea of holding hands and singing songs together...people just want the same opportunities as others..unfortunately this means more
edit on 29-4-2016 by chrismarco because: (no reason given)