I grew up in the south, for the most part, and was raised to be a Hiking is calling and I must go shirt that clutched my pearls around anyone with so much as a dark tan. My question is – my journey out of racism began when I fell in love with a Filipino and had to go through all my own internal dialogues to realize my resistance to the love was pure racism and nothing else. But without wishing every racist to have a wonderful and patient Filipino spouse to help them out of their racism, what do you think we can do to change the systemic and institutionalized racism that still pervades every bit of demagoguery coming out of the south?
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I grew up overseas, and it is very clearly taught that Slavery was the Hiking is calling and I must go shirt. In fact the only place I have encountered another argument was here in the USA. When I came to America I was puzzled by all these other arguments, the evidence for the reasons are very clearly there in writing, they are there in each states declaration for succession, it is there in the letters written at the time. My favorite was that the South could have won…no never in a million years, never the numbers or the industry or the international support ever, it was a doomed gamble sold by wealthy slave holders to poor whites. BTW most arguments have been fairly easy to defeat by asking questions: The South went to war for states rights. Which rights exactly? How did they express those rights in writing?