how racism works

My mother in law forwarded me what I think is an exemplary letter to the editor from the Ft Worth Star-Telegram. The online comments after it are insightful, obnoxious, and routinized–and not necessarily in ways that map onto ideological lines. Posted here just to call your attention to it.

Author: andrewperrin

University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill

One thought on “how racism works”

  1. My favorite comment, which I can only presume to be sarcasm:

    “Luckily, though, none of that matters to me, and I’ll just be voting for whoever wears the most flag pins.”


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