- Feb 6, 2002
But if you listen to people like @pcgeek11 black people are partially or equally at fault. He is part of the problem.Yep. Sadly an issue. Even before the Trayvon Martin shooting a decade ago was it now? there were always reports of minorities, mainly Blacks being stopped in nice neighbourhoods or stores and asking whether they lived in the area or not, and what they were "looking for" at the store. It doesn't happen now a days but I remember spotting white store workers following Black families in grocery stores or home wares stores from afar. This was the late 00s.