@johngordon The other odd thing about the reactions was that I’d think from a more liberal perspective this will be a good thing since one effect of previous election law was the rise of the Tea Party while most think this will have the effect of tempering
@jbouie Fully agree about Walter White and things like that. Although as society changes you end up with people with a lot of power who may have dark skin while those I’d call racists don’t. (Say white bigot in poor trailer park talking about rich blacks)
@johngordon But reading through that article it doesn’t seem like they studied that. Mortality is mentioned once (when they say they don’t know) but that’s for flu in general not people already with pneumonia.
@jbouie The individual judgments may still be in terms of the marker of skin color but it may also be that those get undermined. (Possibly not, although many hope that as groups mix and have closer relations, racism decreases more)
@jbouie …to emphasize the markers over the structural inequities. So the effects of earlier structural racism may still affect people who no longer have the markers and people may have the markers who have a different relationship to the old structures.
@jbouie Well there’s two senses of racism. One is how individuals act towards other individuals by various markers (today primarily skin color). The other is the more structural inequities in terms of power and group. However mixed marriages seems…
Can’t quite understand some of the “raw” movement. Success of preventing illness breeds ignorance of old status quo → RT quoting ♲David Frum: Louis Pasteur was right: Raw milk is crazy dangerous http://bv.ms/P3B7lf