A victim of mandatory school busing looks back nearly 50 years.
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"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.
A case study of how white officers take the rap.
There was glass everywhere.
And wrangle with liberal school administrators.
"Over the past 20 years I have raised the most reviled creature on the planet — a healthy white male."
The reality is grim.
A white man uncertain of what to do next.
One man's struggle.
Another example of the failures of multiculturalism.
"It is not a virtue to have a 'multifaceted identity;' it is a burden."
Birmingham's integration, the Mariel boatlift, and a positive thesis about us.
Or the whole country will become California.
"Nobody deserves to have a childhood like mine."
Some patterns just can't be ignored.
The biggest difference isn't intelligence — it's violence.
A white woman wakes up.
Multiculturalism is far from paradise.
A teenager in New York City tells his story.
The crime that forced one white woman to wake up.
Some truths are learned the hard way.
Race is part of practically everything an officer does.
How did you see the light?
I escaped to tell the tale.
How one military man woke up.
The loyalty of a South African farm dog.
A first-hand report on the consequences of affirmative action.
Reality prevails over propaganda.
How whites, blacks, and Hispanics differ as patients.
That would be the last time I retreated.
A first-hand account from someone who saw it all.
Confessions of a mixed-race college student.
With a pause as a conservative.
A Chinese woman tells what it was like.
What I learned as a warehouse worker.
“Fight, f**k, or bust a 65.”
It was a slow, reluctant process.
My convoluted path to racial awareness.
Mad-dogging the gringo.
Stories of people who could no longer lie about the racial realities around them.