Aquarius wrote:Now she’s just gonna tell you how there is racial segregation(which she doesn’t even know what that mean) and muh black victimhood. Maybe with your long informative post she will understand? Let’s find out.
Yeah, there is so much "segregation" that this is what a typical public school classroom in Brazil looks like:
(Note: it's just teenagers playing "bus". But it's just to show how many races and subtypes of races are used to sharing the same space and interact with each other.)
Some cases of prejudice may happen, but in a large scale, there is no so called "forced segregation" here. In hospitals, malls, companies, industries and in politics, you will see blondes, brunettes, blacks, Asians and browns all sharing the same space as normally as breathing. Cases of racial discrimination are not as commonplace as she meant to portray, and anyone who is caught even supposedly discriminating against a black person gets punished and hostilized (rightfully or not) in turn.