A Post-Racial America? Think again!
If you harbor the notion that America is a land of racial equality prepare to be disabused of this. In “Goodbye to my American dream” (Salon.com) a bright, well educated, personable young writer named Tiffanie Drayton lays out how utterly un-post racial America is (We American Indians also have experience with this, but that’s another story). In her insightful article Miss Tiffanie states:
My relationship with the United States of America is the most tumultuous relationship I have ever had, and it ended with the heart-rending realization that a country I loved and believed in did not love me back.
Click the picture to your left or this link to read Miss Tiffanies’ wake-up call: http://www.salon.com/2013/07/16/goodbye_to_my_american_dream/
You can follow Tiffanie on Twitter at https://twitter.com/draytontiffanie (I heartily recommend you avail yourself of her comments, insights & sharing from the heart)
Posted on September 30, 2013, in Problems in the Homeland (Empire), Race in the Homeland (aka Empire), THE HUMAN THING TO DO and tagged "Goodbye to my American dream", myth of post-racial America, myth of racial equality, post-racial America, racial inequality, racism, Salon.com, Tiffanie Drayton. Bookmark the permalink. Comments Off on A Post-Racial America? Think again!.