Gregory Hood's story.
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One millennial's story.
"I've learned it's actually very easy to not be 'racist' when you don't have to live around blacks."
Not all are deceived.
"The best cure for delusions about race is to expose yourself to blacks."
"I want back my city! My streets! My ocean!"
Books have consequences.
"Blacks beat whites for no reason, and shook them down for pocket change."
. . . and then I read The Bell Curve.
A story of integration and disintegration.
"[W]hen push comes to shove, my guess is that race trumps sexual identity."
"My hatred of the Democrat Party was growing, but I just couldn’t see how race factored into it."
"To be sure, race does matter, and as I’ve come to learn, it matters a great deal."
"For me, the light came slowly."
"I used to think blacks’ problems could be fixed with education or social programs"
"I began to see an unmistakable, dramatic difference between blacks and whites of the same socioeconomic class."
What I have seen after 12,000 patients.
"Predictably, my parents encouraged their children to go forth and enjoy the multi-racial joys of New York City."
"My hope is that the shining city on a hill will shine again."
"During these dark times, we have to be smart and strategic about how we fight, but fight we must."
"I did not grow up in the middle or upper classes, so I was exposed to the reality of race at a young age."
"[D]uring the 2016 campaign I became very interested to know why journalists hated Donald Trump so much."
"Do not make the mistake of not reporting it right away if it does happen to you."
"Let me say directly to my readers: Avoid Baltimore. Don’t get off I-695 or I-95 into the city."
Happy Zimbabwean Independence Day.
So did living in Milwaukee.
"The discovery of my identity allowed me to come into my own as a man."
“He warned me that I better get going, 'or there ain't gonna be a tomorrow.'"
"I wondered if I was the only one having these kinds of experiences."
"The events of last year gave me the final push into being firmly and unabashedly pro-white."
I saw execution of the man who killed my uncle.
"I didn’t take the red pill in one gulp. It came in the form of a slow-drip IV over decades."
"I saw more fights in ten weeks of boot camp than I had in 18 years of my civilian life."
Reflections on a changing Anglosphere.
The STEM fields aren't as immune from multicultural mush as you think.
"My awakening started with the words of a black man I knew back during my days living in Los Angeles."
The wages of diversity.
A victim of mandatory school busing looks back nearly 50 years.
"What does not kill me makes me stronger."
First slowly, then quickly.
Going to college changed everything.
How do our people develop a racial consciousness?
"I've tried to reconcile my experiences with prevailing societal orthodoxy, but to no avail."
The military can provide equal opportunities, but not equal results.
And unafraid of saying so.
Andrew Fraser's story.
How one white woman woke up.
Dissent in the face of ethno-masochism.
A rough path to racial consciousness.
Tale of racially integrated California.
Learning the truth the hard way.
On identity and a positive self-conception.
And then taking the first flight out.
"Our compassionate God wants white Christians to wake up."
A tale as old as time.
Close encounters of the racial kind.
Which is worse?
Time abroad can be enlightening.
Conducted by her white husband.
A slow but steady awakening.
Racial conflict in Bulgaria.
Demography is destiny.
I have seen a lot in 30 years.
Reflections from an octogenarian.
From kindergarten to the Navy.
There's only so much a man can take.
A retired San Francisco fireman remembers what it was like.
"It is impossible to fault whites for not wanting to be overwhelmed by Hispanics."
A reflection 50 years later.
From drugs and crime to fatherhood and MAGA.
Or the consequences of affirmative action.