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Name-calling was the start: Most choose to live the Encounteirng they do. Chappelle versions the audience: At a loss to know what to do, I have renamed to reflect on my own experience.
I saw people without jobs. I saw people with limps. I noticed clusters of people who did nothing. When I asked people why this was the case, it was explained to me: Most choose to live the way they do. For a while I worked at the Alice Springs Correction Centre teaching basic literacy and numeracy, and there I saw first hand a jail chock-a-block full of Aboriginal men. What shocked me more was the fact that many of these men could not read, write or count. They could not fill out basic government forms, nor did many know simple addition or subtraction. When I asked why, it was explained to me that they were not native English speakers.
I met one man who was doing eight years in jail. When we rolled two dice, he could not add up four plus four - the same number of years he was serving. It was suggested to me that it is best that "those people get over their culture and language and adapt". For a while, I believed this to be a solution. After all, it was what I did. Over time, I noticed other things that were not quite right A gulf exists, but no one it seemed was acknowledging it. In Spain, it is fine for people to go to race car competitions and show up in black face.
The Spanish tradition of racism, replete with its own history of mass genocide and exploitation, not to mention caste and an entire genre of caste paintings, is no longer fed by empire or a fascist-dictatorship-backed official ideology of racial superiority. But, thanks, in part, to the fact that Spain only emerged from forty years of dictatorship and closed borders inSpanish racism remains shockingly out in the open. Countless towns are still named Matamoros Moor-killer. Although, in a sign of progress, a town called Matajudios Jew-killer is voting on a potential name change.
Only years later! In Berlin, where they have had a very large and visible Turkish population for a long time, I am a different type of foreigner — the type that speaks English and Yoruba and has an afro. There are no official figures on the number of black people in Germany, a country of 80 million, but a report by the European Commission Against Racism and Intolerance estimated it at betweenandIn east London, I live life largely unseen. In Berlin I am overwhelmed by my outsider status — I have taken to smiling at black strangers in the street. Very kindly, they smile back. Of course, I'm only a visitor, one who will be gone by Christmas.
But the Afrodeutsche people I have made contact with here have been enlightening. Germany, they told me, is a strange place when it comes to race: A close friend of mine from college, a Korean-American man who has been living and working in South Korea since graduation, visited me in New York City a few years ago. Over drinks, as we talked about the things he missed about the States, I wondered aloud if he might ever move back.
I've Spent Enough Time In Spain to Know Racism Is A Real Problem There
He paused briefly before answering. That ambiguity is always there. And one that many of us will simply never be afforded.