I’ve mentioned in this forum that I recognize the cultural biases I have that stem from growing up in an all-white small town and having very little exposure to people from different cultures and races as a kid. If you add in all the Westerns and “cops and robbers” movies I watched, it stands to reason that anyone wearing a mask outside of a hospital or doctor’s office must be up to no good.
Today, however, seeing people walk around with scarves, bandannas, homemade masks, and other facial coverings is not only becoming common, but encouraged.
So ask yourself: What do you feel when you see a person with a bandanna wrapped around their face? Is it different for people of color?
I never gave it any thought until I read this: https://apple.news/AaphfLjDORa-H5asGB6JsAg
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