I admire that. I agree, I don’t talk to white people about politics or anything thing of that nature.
My husband got sick of all of the “snow” in Washington, which is one of the reasons we left the state. He hated engaging with them and seeing nothing but white people where we lived.
Since moving here to Houston, I’ve found black businesses to frequent. I made it a point that my family only has black doctors and dentists, even my therapist is a black woman. My husband won’t be seen by a doctor white doctor unless otherwise.
I have a colleague who lives in Canada with her husband who is from Jamaica. They sent their son to go to school in Jamaica because they refuse for him the receive an education in CA. And soon their other kids will follow who are under 6 will follow. They said he has the best education there and is thriving. I would love to be able to do this for my youngest. But I’d rather much move there as a family unit.That's one of the reasons, ideally, I'd like to retire to Jamaica. It's not like there aren't any white people there, but depending on where you are you can easily go a month without seeing any. There is something almost magical about seeing black people running everything (at least locally).