A White Woman Who Wanted to Help Nonwhites Learns Some Hard Truths About Race


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The Wages of Idealism

Tracy Abel, American Renaissance, September 2010

I grew up in a suburb of white, middle-class families. My schooling, from elementary school through college, was with people who were also overwhelmingly white and middle class. Like so many others, I was reared to think that “all men are created equal” and that people should be judged by the content of their character rather than the color of their skin. Since my ears could hear, I was taught blind faith in color blindness and the virtues of diversity.

My mother is in the medical field and my father worked for the New York City Transit Authority. Both are lifelong Democrats, working people who never had much time to study culture or politics. The only instruction they ever gave me in politics was that the Democratic Party was for the working people…

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2 thoughts on “A White Woman Who Wanted to Help Nonwhites Learns Some Hard Truths About Race

    1. Paladin — as you’re aware — it’s a very slow-going process but at the very least, we’re moving in the right direction.

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