I, Racist
John Metta

I feel that I can see some of what you say — especially about your aunt. I’m originally from Texas. One of the first things I noticed about living in New York City was it felt to me more segregated than where I grew up — you can see that there’s less upward mobility here for Black people and their families. The South is looked down on, but it does have more conversations because of its sordid past.

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