« on: March 20, 2008, 12:55:24 PM »
Racism is a problem for all races. Some races have to live a entire life under the shadow of racism, while others (black, white, other) are privileged enough to only have to live under it in isolated moments.
So what should I do as a parent? I'm planning on teaching them real history, and I'm planning on telling them that the majority of the people they meet will not be racist. I am planning on telling my children that Behavior, not race or class, should be used to choose their friends. Am I wrong to do that?