NYT: 'Whiteness' to Blame For 2 Indian Boys Allegedly Attacking Black Girls in New JerseyChris Menahan
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White people are to blame for two Indian students allegedly assaulting a group of African-American girls at a high school football game in New Jersey, according to a column posted Saturday in the New York Times.
From The New York Times:
A Racist Attack Shows How Whiteness Evolves
At first blush, this reported assault sounds nauseatingly familiar, like the run-of-the-mill American racial harassment that has always been common but has become increasingly revealed thanks to videos shared on social media. The boys’ actions resemble those of people who feel empowered to act out their resentment against nonwhite people who are deemed out of place, confronting them with hostility or slurs or calling the police. The people patrolling what they see as their spaces are often — but not always — white. The Yale sociologist Elijah Anderson calls areas that are policed in this way, “the white space,” even though the spaces in question are officially public. The experiences of black people accused of these purported infractions have acquired a panoply of names that capture the absurdity of facing such hostility while innocently carrying out everyday activities: driving while black, barbecuing while black, walking while black, sitting at home while black. The encounters often end with violent — too often, fatal — outcomes.This is pathological hatred.
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