The cultural divide will never narrow as long as questions from whites about black culture in order…
David Marino

Hi David, I’m curious. Do you think that in all cases, questions from whites about black culture are viewed as racist, or do you think that sometimes those questions are viewed as racist and sometimes they aren’t? If your answer is “sometimes” rather than “always,” what do you think makes the difference? Do you think the way the question is asked by the white person might make a difference? Or the context, or what kind of day the black person is having? Should white people learn to accept that they are probably going to ask questions that seem racist to the person they ask, and then maybe change the way ask the question next time in response to feedback? Do you think that could work?

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