I was at the gas station this morning, when I saw this newspaper. It's one of those free papers you can pick up just about anywhere, and it only comes out once a month; but I've always found it to be very informative. Besides, it's the only paper devoted to black issues besides The Final Call (which I also read). In any case, I saw this article and it really spoke the truth to me, and I thought I'd share it with my family here. http://www.michigancitizen.com/defa...&pform=&sc=1070&hn=michigancitizen&he=.comout Michigancitizen.com michigancitizen.com Basically, what I'm reading is that all too often, racism & white supremacy are minimized & sterilized to the point that they are made to be seen as "a thing of the past" and "the exception, not the rule". Key words are used to describe them to make them even seem to be something else entirely (I hear the word prejudice used a lot to describe clearly racist actions). So family, tell me your thoughts on this. I'm always looking for an education.