Living together

Dec 2018
517
8
U.S
#1
Do you think living together as such could/would make any difference on how "neighbors" got along?

Whites/Asians/Native Americans
Blacks/2 or more races
Hispanic/Polynesian

Would having racial living arrangements make any difference with how they would get along?
 
Dec 2018
517
8
U.S
#2
Whites/Asians/Native Americans seem to want to do things 'by the books'

Blacks/2 or more races seem to want more space to do things not needing to do them 'by the books'

Hispanics/Polynesians seem to have alot more 'cultural celebrations and observances' than Whites, Asians, Native Americans, Blacks and/or 2 or more races to which they might thrive better if allowed to freely celebrate...

etc...
 
Sep 2015
13,282
4,903
Brown Township, Ohio
#3
Do you think living together as such could/would make any difference on how "neighbors" got along?

Whites/Asians/Native Americans
Blacks/2 or more races
Hispanic/Polynesian

Would having racial living arrangements make any difference with how they would get along?

Neither Hispanics nor Blacks live in Brown Township because they are priced out of the market. Churches are banned in Brown Township but horses are legal. Any retail or wholesale bussiness is banned in Brown Township. Apartments and house trailers are banned in Brown Township. The Brown Township Trustees have extrodinary power.
 
Dec 2018
659
395
Wisconsin
#4
Yes

We view the world through the lens of our own experiences. If you are a white guy living in a white neighborhood, working at a mostly white job, you probably have less empathy towards non-whites when compared to a white guy living in a mixed-racial neighborhood and working in a mixed-racial job.
 
May 2018
3,785
2,240
Chicago
#5
Yes

We view the world through the lens of our own experiences. If you are a white guy living in a white neighborhood, working at a mostly white job, you probably have less empathy towards non-whites when compared to a white guy living in a mixed-racial neighborhood and working in a mixed-racial job.
That is true.
 
Jun 2018
3,479
857
South Dakota
#6
Neither Hispanics nor Blacks live in Brown Township because they are priced out of the market. Churches are banned in Brown Township but horses are legal. Any retail or wholesale bussiness is banned in Brown Township. Apartments and house trailers are banned in Brown Township. The Brown Township Trustees have extrodinary power.
That's hard to believe. I'm betting there are other reasons. With the proximity to the state capitol and OSU where high salaried state, city and OSU bureaucrats abound along with a proliferation of equal opportunity attitudes I doubt that there is any place in the area where they could not afford to live. More likely the gentrified lifestyle of the area is the major reason. They simply choose not to live there.
 
Apr 2014
909
347
Heart of America
#7
Whites/Asians/Native Americans seem to want to do things 'by the books'

Blacks/2 or more races seem to want more space to do things not needing to do them 'by the books'

Hispanics/Polynesians seem to have alot more 'cultural celebrations and observances' than Whites, Asians, Native Americans, Blacks and/or 2 or more races to which they might thrive better if allowed to freely celebrate...

etc...
Human beings are about 99.9% genetically alike. The majority of our differences are cultural. The differences you mentioned are cultural, not genetic.