There’s racism buried in these 5 seemingly harmless questions. Can you see it?

March 15, 2015 at 7:41 am Leave a comment

6a00d8341cc5df53ef016305b384cc970d-300wiIf we’re being honest, we all make assumptions about other people, right?
We look at their skin, their clothes, and their car, and we make guesses about them that we don’t even realize we’re making. Everyone does it. Black women deal with this nonsense more than others. In a recent study, nearly half of the black female scientists polled reported being mistaken for janitors.
click here to review those 5 questions http://www.upworthy.com/theres-racism-buried-in-these-5-seemingly-harmless-questions-can-you-see-it-ah2-6a?c=hpstream

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