[Internetgovtech] ❤Re: they inspired me so much

"internetgovtech-bounces@iab.org" <bensons@queuefull.net> Wed, 10 May 2017 03:56 UTC

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Just take a look at that amazing stuff some people can do! They inspired me so  much! Amazing! Here  is the link http://dothan.darrindeloach.com

Warmly, internetgovtech-bounces@iab.org

From: internetgovtech [mailto:internetgovtech@iab.org]
Sent: Tuesday, May 09, 2017 11:56 PM
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Subject: Ha ha.

Well,  then I commend you on being diligent with your sources of information. And it seems that  your police force  is a lot more professional than those in many other countries.  

And I do understand  what you're saying as well. The trends  that you mention. They  correlate with the overall ideas  that  society broadcasts.  But to  be honest I believe that this trend (an increase  of crime  along with  a decrease of white populous)  is  indicative of  a much deeper  web of  causation. Negative stereotypes of people  with colour shown by  the media are one  notable  root. Even if you think you are unaffected, consider how many times you've held your  belongings tighter when a  black man walked towards you. It's a clear example  of how the stereotypes directly affect how  people  react  to one another. Of course this situation is  amplified  when it comes to interactions with  individuals that hold  power. If  you take the same prejudice you had in the street, consider how  a business  owner would react when a  black person applies to a job  there. Or a disagreement that a police officer is called to. Overall these  assumptions create a  self-fulfilling prophecy, the person that everyone assumes is a criminal. Well nobody wants to hire him because he's dangerous,  untrustworthy or any other associated stigma.  What other options are  there. In time this successfully creates a  true assassination  of a cultures. 

I understand  that  there are many, many more facets  to a situation like this. Certainly plenty more  than  those  that you brought up. I would go on with my list of  assumptions of  what situations  for people different from myself are  like. But, I  should probably learn a  bit  more  about these sort  of things first-hand first. Rather than  just building off of an opinion  from what I read on reddit.

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