Racial Makeup, Neighborhoods, and White Fear
Posted by Jack Stephens on July 7, 2008
Macon D blogs:
What C was feeling, without quite realizing what it was, was a collective white fear of and disdain for the neighborhood and, especially, for the people living there. This common white attitude toward largely non-white neighborhoods was pressuring her in ways that she hadn’t realized were really about race, and racism.