It is a good thing you are leaving the south. I'm sure the racism
you demonstrate in your classroom doesn't help the student any.
Maybe you should leave teaching there is no room left for racism
in this day in and time. Especially, since you have a black
On 2/08/09, billie wrote:
> On 8/11/08, Diamond wrote: I AM FROM THE SOUTH AND WE ARE
> MOVING AWAY FROM HERE TO GET AWAY FROM THE African-AmericanS
> HERE THEY ARE OVERCROWING US! WE CAN'T BREATH!
>> I am a bi-racial female teacher in Montana and the amount of
>> racism I have experienced here is less than what I
>> experienced in Mississippi. Most people have never been
>> around minorities here but they are very open and willing to
>> get to know you for who you are and not what your race is.
>> My kids are almost full black and they are doing very well
>> in the schools. It was a culture shock at first but cost of
>> living is low and crimes are low here so it is worth it.
>> On 7/31/08, darnell wrote:
>>> I'm a black woman from the South with 10 years of teaching
>>> experience. I am interested in moving to a different
>>> state. I just want to experience something different. I
>>> know this may sound really stupid but I wonder if there
>>> are any black people there??? I knew a black family who
>>> lived there about 14 years ago (military family) and they
>>> stated there was a lot racism. Is that true? I want a
>>> straight up answer. I don't want to have to deal with
>>> racism so if anyone knows please just tell me straight
>>> out. I know that racism still exist and I know it tends
>>> to be more prevalent in certain areas. If I am totally
>>> wrong please tell me. Thanks for your help.
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