- Cory Clark: Are Liberals Really More Egalitarian?
- John McWhorter: ‘Woke Racism’
[..] the multiculturalist tolerance of the Other’s Otherness is also more twisted than it may appear—it is sustained by a secret desire for the Other to remain “other,” not to become too much like us.
According to this study white progressives in the US and UK avoid living in racially diverse neighborhoods and are likely to move away from them as much as white conservatives. (via)
[..] in both America and Britain, anti-immigration whites are only marginally more likely to move to whiter neighborhoods than pro-immigration whites. This is important because it suggests that attitudes toward diversity, which predict mobility *intentions*, do not explain whites’ ethnocentric mobility *behavior*.
The author, Eric Kaufmann, has written an article titled “Diversity for Thee—But Not for Me” about this study, summarizing it as
White Americans with the most anti-Trump accounts move to ZIP codes with the same share of minorities as the most pro-Trump accounts. White progressives are voting differently with their ballots & their feet.
- The author, Eric Kaufmann, has written an article titled “Diversity for Thee—But Not for Me” about this study, summarizing it as
- Erec Smith (a former diversity trainer): “if you’re making all that money off of racism, the last thing you want is for racism to go away.”