‘Is There a Problem?’ That Scary Brown Man And White Privilege | KUOW News and Information

Ever since my first year in the U.S. (I arrived when I was 18), I’ve learned the most about race and the dynamics of racism in the U.S. not from books, workshops, or “diversity conferences,” but from first-person accounts. I highly recommend you read this  personal narrative by Gyasi Ross: ‘Is There a Problem?’ That Scary Brown Man And White Privilege

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“I couldn’t do anything or I would have been thrown off the plane or provoked into physical conflict – in the same way cops provoke men of color by staring us down and asking if we have a problem and other rhetorical questions intended only to provoke.” 

 

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