I'll tell you what, I am the same generation that Paula is from. I grew up in Wisconsin and Michigan. I was raised without a sense of racism in a small town. But what I found when I moved into the South was "reverse racism" that was serious. I immediately made a black female friend in my rural area. She knew that I was very naive and trusted everyone. It was SHE who called the black men "Bucks." And told me the area was filled with low class black men very capable of violence and to be very careful of them, little did she know when she made that statement, that I had had the terrifying experience with the 6 black field hands. I watched black men would descend on a small country store in huge groups and shoplift them blind, blocking the view of the owners with sheer numbers while whole six packs of soda and other goods were stolen. Eventually black men robbed them so many times in the evening, this elderly couple had to give up their country store. They were sick of being at gunpoint. They were never once robbed by white men!!I'm not really surprised at Paula I mean she's from a different era black folks were drinking from the COLORED only water fountain when she was a kid!!! Not to mention she's from a place where they still have ZULU and REX parades that shi is soooooo racist
One of the problems with blacks, is that many of them feel that if you have white skin, you as an individual OWE them a living. The truth is, you are not an individual. You are part of the white race and are prejudged as the enemy as such.... Sound familiar???