I Never Spoke to a Black Man Until I Went to Mizzou
Jeff Huffman
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To say what I am about to may be absurd, and I have to no right as a white male to even begin to understand black struggles, but I think I should.

Maybe if people, both white and black, deliberately moved to places where they overturn the demographics, then there could be more diversity and acceptance.

Obviously that is really hard to tell someone who is worried of racial discrimination in historically white towns, but I would be more than willing to live somewhere where I am in fact not in the majority.

Black lives matter so much and if our children can coexist with people of all races when they are very young, there would be immense hope.

This idea isn’t a call for one race of people, but for all people despite their race. Every parent, student, and child would benefit from increased and deliberate diversity.

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