As A White Person, Can You Describe A Personal Realization That You Were Treating Minorities Differently Than Other Whites And What You Did To Make A Change?

I was raised not to do so. I do not. However, I also know that most of use make friendships, businesses, and mate, within three degrees of our relations. And that this only changes when disparate peoples meet under periods of economic change.

In the end, races are justifiably treated differently because of the medians of their distributions – that’s just empirical behavior. It is far cheaper to work with people you understand than invest heavily in those who are different and whom you cannot estimate.

People are not special. At best there are far, far, too many of us.

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