Just because we have a black president doesn't mean that black people
don't suffer discrimination.
On 2/08/09, Darnell 239 wrote:
> 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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