Encountering the Old Racism in a Bar Commentator Kenji Jasper finds that despite a certain convergence of cultures, many Americans are still uncomfortable seeing a black man and a white women together in public -- even just as friends.
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Encountering the Old Racism in a Bar

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Encountering the Old Racism in a Bar

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Commentator Kenji Jasper finds that despite a certain convergence of cultures, many Americans are still uncomfortable seeing a black man and a white women together in public — even just as friends.