It seems to me like a really big double standard. When an Asian doesn't talk to other Asians nobody says anything. When a Hispanic doesn't talk to other Hispanics nobody says anything, BUT, once a black man talks to more than 5 people of a different race, it's because he either hates himself, or he doesn't want to be black. Isn't it kinda racist to say that if black people talk to others they are losing their culture? It's helping it by bringing new ideas in. Countries grew from doing that, in fact, Africa became a world superpower(a long time ago) by becoming friends and communicating with others(yes I'm aware Africa is a continent). We put our black children in the same classes, day cares, clubs, teams, and churches as everybody else. Now we don't expect them to learn anything from that? I grew up in a 98% white community and ever since moving to the south I've been told I have "lost my culture".