You might think that a man who wrote a book that explores how America’s lost touch with racial equality even after Dr. Martin Luther King’s dream would have quite the diversely rich upbringing, well think again. Tanner Colby–the author of “Some Of My Friends Are Black” believes that inequality still reigns and in his controversial book he tells us why. Colby says that he is living proof that America is still racially segregated because he’s admitted that he actually has no black friends.
Colby told the Huffington Post, “I didn’t actually know any black people. I mean, I’ve met them, have been acquainted with a few in passing, here and there. I know of black people, you could say. But none of my friends were black. I’d never had a black teacher, college professor or workplace mentor. I’d never even been inside a black person’s house.”
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