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I had black and latino friends that I loved fiercely, but a random black or Latino person on the street would make me nervous. Now that I’m grown and have kids of my own, I realize how ignorant I was, I’m A Grumpy Old Navy Veteran My Level Of Sarcasm Depends On Your Level Of Stupidity shirt and I strive everyday to show my kids the truth. I can’t erase my childhood stupidity, but I can sure as hell do my best to raise good people with open eyes and loving hearts.
I’m A Grumpy Old Navy Veteran My Level Of Sarcasm Depends On Your Level Of Stupidity shirt
I think it would help if everyone got real honest with themselves. I realized this year that I have racist and sexist thoughts. I’m a light brown woman but I’m not immune to the messages and myths of our society. Maybe if unlikely people openly copped to moments of ugliness, others would feel okay to do the same. I’m A Grumpy Old Navy Veteran My Level Of Sarcasm Depends On Your Level Of Stupidity shirt And then we could talk. (By the way, you have a lovely family.) Well, obviously am black…and talking about racism..in terms of being skewed towards your tone more than the other…is universal. You may think it and not act it. Then you will claim you’re not.
You know that commercial on TV that says ‘you’ve become nose-blind to the smells in your house’? Well, people become conscience-blind to the fact that they are racists. The great pity is that behind the voting booth curtain, the racist usually pulls the lever. I see this so often. I’m horrified as although I’m not a target demographic I am an immigrant and am appalled by the kind of “well you are alright – as you are not one of them” acceptance I get presented. I bet however behind my back there are lots of jokes at my expense but I learn not to worry about it. I guess my black colleagues have been doing this all their lives. I start to understand it but I think it’s abhorrent and sickening, yet standing up to such a thing in the environment I’m affected would mean my ejection or ostracizing from it, and that is something I love being a part of (I’m sorry I can’t explain more but social media visibility could get me into trouble)