I've lived all over the place and don't see it the same way you do but then I'm not a racist.<quoted text>
I don't know what it's like where you live. But there is a disproportionate number of blacks where I live who look at most whites with distain and young people, especially, with an attitude of "kiss my black ass whitey".
So, yes, I am saying an uppity attitude and making people feel uncomfortable for nothing they have done to them personally does affect how their race is perceived as a whole by others.
No one likes feeling like they have to walk on eggshells around people who make them feel that way.
Not all black people do this - but definitely a disproportionate number of them do.
And it seems to get worse under Democratic leadership. It's like spoiled children supervised by permissive parents.
Too many whites have also forgotten how to be civil and kind in this world of anger and divisiveness as well.
Probably because it's being thrust on us from on high.
Speaking of getting out and seeing what the real world looks like I gotta quit screwing around on here and get out and do some stuff!