Anonymous asked: Fair enough. Do you think that your geographic location has anything to do with why white people act like that to you? I am of Asian descent as well and live in an area that is extremely racially diverse but the majority of the people are still Asian or of Asian descent. I personally have never felt victimized or insecure about my ethnicity (because cuz I'm the damn majority where I'm from). But you seem to have valid reasons for your opinions though, which I respect.
I’m going to have to say no. My hometown is Queens, NY - one of the most racially diverse places in the world and, as you can see, I still experience racism. I go to college in Grinnell, IA - pretty racially homogenous and, as you might imagine, I still experience racism.
To be honest, I don’t think geographic location has anything at all to do with it - find me a place in the United States where white people don’t oppress PoC.