Blurred lines #Racism has perspective

It is still a painful conversation to have. People get defensive and/or angry, barring further dialogue and possibly taking a step back instead of forward.

Identifying races, similar to identifying religions, is a worn out method of understanding the self. Admittedly, having some context as to why am individual behaves in a certain way is advised but beyond individuation, the unimagined exists.

How do young coloured and black people feel about racism?

Conflict between Black and Coloured South Africans – Cape Town – http://wp.me/p6wl8A-1J

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