I have been told (but have not independently confirmed), that at one
point, one high-profile African-American said that there was no more
terrible feeling for him than to be walking down the street at night,
hearing footsteps, and being _relieved_ when he saw that the other person
Yes. I expect that's especially terrible. I don't know if it's an -ism,
or prejudice, or just playing the odds. But he is male, FWIW.
Doesn't directly contribute to the answering of these questions you pose.
Lee Corbin wrote:
> But it doesn't matter. Was she discriminating in the sense of
> definition 1? Or merely prejudiced? Or neither? Does her
> own race have a bearing?
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