Renegade7 Posted May 12, 2018 Share Posted May 12, 2018 (edited) 9 minutes ago, stevemcqueen1 said: You would be amazed at how segregated your average Republican voter's life is. They might have minimal professional interaction with ethnic minorities, but that's it. And they are not exposed to minority views or culture except when it becomes absolutely mainstream. Too many people look at BET and COPS and think they have Black People figured out, and you just touched on a big reason why that still is even in 2018: https://www.washingtonpost.com/graphics/2018/national/segregation-us-cities/?utm_term=.99f349c73676 As a minority born and raised in NOVA, I know my perspective is very different then someone in the midwest that can go extended periods of time without seeing someone a different race then them. The country is huge, so I'm not sure how to address that outside of a mutual respective for people's differences (which has been a problem with this melting pot idea from get-go). We have some plans in place to help, but if you look at the midwest with West Virginia in the epicenter, a lot of those ideas simply won't work because there just aren't enough minorities to begin with to say mixing them up more will make a lick of difference. Edited May 12, 2018 by Renegade7 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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