It’s kind of unconscionable that my childhood awareness of the largest and by far most populous continent in the world, and the ancient cultural traditions it carries, was essentially a hunk of brightly painted concrete on Gallatin Road in Madison, Tennessee, that housed an earnest, but not culturally all-encompassing, Chinese restaurant.
The intersection of culture and tradition on one side and stereotype and prejudice on the other is a crystalline objectification of an entire continent of people.
Part 1 – The Race Paradigm Last week, the nation was stunned by a series of murders in the Atlanta area. A young man targeted three massage establishments and killed eight people, six of whom were Asian women. It is not my practice to become engaged in the particulars of these crimes, and I haveContinue reading “The South’s Anti-Asian Problem”