Todd terje remix
47 degrees, foggy and overcast
San Francisco, 10:46 am
People I've met in San Francisco have a great fear of Southern United States, even transplants, for what happened there 60 years ago before the Civil Rights Movement and Jim Crow was stronger and enforced more in the South than in Northern and Western States--not that it did not exist in those alien states either.
You could say the black man has always suffered the most and has been made to feel inferior than any other race under white-privilege American society. If I were a weak man I would be filled with hatred and rage and dismay over that but then I remember I cannot change the past.
Because of that past one cannot easily envision the South as changed--especially in its humid atmosphere.