Not gonna lie, I'm biased against white people, mainly because I didn't see racism first-hand until we moved to a non-city, white area...AND I'M WHITE.
In the city, I didn't experience crime. It wasn't until we moved to a non-city, white area that I was raped...by a WHITE REDNECK.
The only reason we moved here is because my grandma was sick at the time. My family got stuck here, due to medical reasons & bills. Once you are here, it is difficult to get out.
Btw, I love the film, Stand and Deliver. I also grew up with friends who were black & Puerto Rican in the city, and it wasn't until we had to move to a mostly-white area that I heard little white redneck KIDS saying the n-word.
You keep bringing up segregation from post-WWII, when my parents went to city universities, during a historically racially-charged era. That is one of the reasons I "keep making these posts." They also did NOT go to southern schools.
A photo of my dad in college:
And yes, there were far more white men than black women in his classes...but city schools & universities were not totally segregated outside of the south, as you claim.
However, I do agree with you that cities & suburbs are currently unstable in energy usage. This CAN be corrected. TAX THE RICH. Tax tf outta them & incorporate more sustainable energy systems, such as solar & wind, along with water systems.
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