The Ugly Side of St. Louis’s White Community

A great post by Caleb Gee. Thank-you,Caleb.

United States Hypocrisy

Bigots R Us Bigots R Us

Ever since Ferguson, Missouri arrived on the international radar back in August after police officer Darren Wilson shot and killed 19 year-old Michael Brown in cold blood, most of the focus has been either on the various demonstrations carried out by protesters from the community, or on the repressive tactics employed by the police forces in their attempts to quell voices of dissent. What hasn’t received nearly as much attention is the significant amount of animosity St. Louis’s white residents apparently have for the local Black communities. The New Republic was the first publication to take a significant look at this, and it was soon followed by polling data taken as part of a Pew Research survey. Indeed, one is hard pressed to find a forum online where the Mike Brown case is discussed – be it Pinterest, Twitter or Facebook – that doesn’t include at least…

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3 thoughts on “The Ugly Side of St. Louis’s White Community

    1. Thank-YOU.
      Yeah,that photo is so creepy. I lived in St Louis for about nine months and that photo brought back a certain feeling.Not that I saw anything like that – just…the feeling the facial expressions evoke.
      Anyway, thanks for another great post, Caleb.

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