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A cautionary tale of miscegenation.
"Blacks themselves taught me to not trust nor congregate with them."
A story of white solidarity.
The people make the place.
A letter from Bayside High School.
A view from the big house.
Care to guess?
One white boy's story.
A white student tells all.
Living in Minneapolis in the summer of 2020, that is.
Who do you think teaches “African American History” class?
A nurse's tale.
The story of a lonely Jew.
"I always ask 'why.'”
Whitopia no more.
Not all of Generation Z is indoctrinated.
From Philly to South Carolina.
A mother's lament.
Even 49 years later.
"Was the Hoover Institution really going to tackle this problem and effectively neutralize it?"
It was quite the education.
Views from the frontline.
A tale of prayer and protection.
The wages of Brown vs. Board of Education.
"Even if I owed them as little as 30 cents in change, they’d stand there and wait for it."
"Then, as now, the black kids did not want to learn"
A tale of black brutality.
"I now contemplate leaving DC for one of the surrounding quieter and whiter suburbs."
From a black high school to a multicultural military.
"Why I believed otherwise is now hard to understand."
A teacher opines.
One woman's story.
A sweet, polite, and respectful girl.
"[T]here is no area in Seoul where I would hesitate to walk at any time, day or night."
"I don't tell my friends and family any of this because they would label me as a 'racist.'”
My long, long journey to race realism.
Public school in Seattle.
A classic statement of blindness.
I hissed right back.
A white member of a "rainbow" family tells all.
This could lead to divorce.
Who can deny it?
"[B]ut the media couldn’t be less interested."
A tale of demographic change.
Or does he?
"[N]or the very clear disdain for white people we see from the media on a regular basis."
"He explained to the cops that white people are the devil."
Experience and exhaustion opened my eyes.
"[H]e sat me down and told me all about my white race."
Some patterns cannot be ignored.
A letter from a Philadelphia ghetto.
A look at demographic displacement in the Pacific Northwest.
"I’m over it. You can’t help people who don’t want to be helped."
A racial education.
"You are more likely to see the police in London at a gay pride march than attending to your burgled apartment."
"One tenant went to prison for murder the day he was supposed to move in."
A British view.
Observations from an Alabaman.
Black crime in the big city.
"In 2019, I started looking online for 'counter-narratives' to the anti-white ones I was being taught."
"What could an organization accomplish whose focus was to help disadvantaged white people in disadvantaged white communities?"
"Long term, the only viable solution is total separation."
"You don't have to be a Liberal or Conservative to notice what happens when whites get outnumbered."
Black animosity can appear in many different places.
A tale of awakening.
"On this cold morning he decided to punch me as hard as he could in the shoulder."
"I really began to question racial liberalism when Trayvon Martin was shot and the ensuing media frenzy began."
"It is sad to say, but many here do not wish to see reality, and therefore hide from it."
"I started to notice things . . . "
It cost me my daughter.
"At a minimum, the Bible takes note of the differences among different peoples."
"[T]he police informed me I was living in the equivalent of the Wild Wild West."
A lesson in race.