I, Racist
John Metta

This is an important speech. Maybe one of the most important I have ever read on the subtly of race since Langston Hughes’ The Ways of The White Folk. I spend so much of my life trying talk race to white people as Malcolm X suggested I should as a white man, but rarely have I seen someone express the perception challenge that is so damn impenetrable so clearly. I hope that it will help me to communicate it better. I will be using this so much in conversation.

Thank you. Please give this speech as often as you can or youtube it to increase the possibility of people sharing it and most importantly, hearing it.

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