March 29, 2012

V.D.H.'s 10 Things That We’ve Learned from the Trayvon Martin Tragedy

That's Victor Davis Hanson, and here's the article. I like #9 in particular:

Most who editorialize so passionately on this case, black and white, live in cities, but most likely as far away from those neighborhoods and inner-city schools where murder is an epidemic as they can. They are engaging in de facto profiling in every aspect of their and their childrens’ lives, based on general perceptions, personal experience, and statistical data. Profiling and stereotyping are for others; a “good” or “safe” area is for the more sensitive and educated.


Posted by Hube at March 29, 2012 08:53 PM | TrackBack

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