The Wall Street Journal: Both white Americans and black Americans perceive significant progress in the fight against anti-black bias, but white Americans believe the progress has come at their expense, a new survey finds. The researchers contacted a random national sample of 209 whites and 208 blacks, and asked them More

I grew up in an era of fairly blatant racism. Neighborhoods on the Jersey shore were either Black or White, not yet mixed, and very few Black kids were “tracked” into my academically advanced high school classes. I only had one Black teacher that I recall, and rarely encountered Blacks More