The Dignity of Being Black or Hispanic in America | The Resurgent

Even a broken clock is right twice a day…

I am writing here about something I know nothing about and, given the demographics of this website, most of you know nothing about. I have witnessed it, but I have not experienced it. Maybe you have too — the non-white friend who is handed the luggage while standing in front of a hotel; the non-white friend who cannot hail a cab; the non-white friend who gets pulled over by the police while driving the speed limit.

Source: The Dignity of Being Black or Hispanic in America | The Resurgent

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