Witnessing racism is not the same as experiencing it

And I said, well that's because you haven't experienced racism because you're white. And he got really defensive. And he said, yes I have. I've seen my friends be racist towards people. And I thought first of all, I said this out loud too. I said, first of all, if you see your friends being racist towards somebody and you continue to be friends with them, that's a whole other conversation we need to be having

#whitepriviledge #supremacy #solidarity

Dewuan .
@FryedOreo · 3:05
So it's very few minorities there or those who have felonies and background checks that would be able to eliminate them from being in certain neighborhoods or schools that the same who has the privilege would attend. But of course, one who experiences racism, it's a lot more devious because you almost sound like you're crying Wolf. Not everyone is able to witness you experiencing racism, so you almost have to prove in a way that racist acts are happening to you
Jonathan Gossett
@JonathanGossett · 1:26
And just so many other occurrences in this country in the United States that just doesn't feel like our country has progressed as much as we should have in recent decades, especially as a country. We like to think that we're the best at everything. But this reminded me of a conversation I've had with a co worker. I used to work at Domino's, a delivery driver. And they are someone who is very poor