Voting blue does not absolve white people of racism
Shannon Cofrin Gaggero

I am a 70+ year old Caucasian raised in a North East community that included very few people of color. I have 13 grandchildren, 2 of whom are African American and 4 of whom are Indian American. Needless to say my understanding of racial prejudice has evolved. The 4% who wear their prejudice on their sleeves are problematic, but at least you know who they are. The 96% who don’t know or acknowledge their prejudices contain a large number of really dangerous people who are deeply prejudiced and not immediately identifiable. They scare me.

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