Whilst non-white youngsters are more hopeful about race relations, here's a stat that stands out:
"When people are asked, for example, “How much needs to be done in order to achieve Martin Luther King’s dream of racial equality?” the gap between white millennials and millennials of color (all those who don’t identify as white) are wide. And once again, millennials are shown to be no more progressive than older generations: Among millennials, 42 percent of whites answer that “a lot” must be done to achieve racial equality, compared to 41 percent of white Gen Xers and 44 percent of white boomers."
Accordingly, this town's most prolific faith blogger considers racial attitudes among youngsters:
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