Hip Hop Culture for Grown-Ups
It will come as no surprise, but there is evidence that suggests that African-American are the most hated group in the United States. Media, oral history, and common sense have already told us this for generations. Those of us in the thick of the daily shuffle already know as much, but for the sake of conversation, let’s entertain the rest of the country.
According to an article published by 247WallSt.com:
White nationalist or white supremacist groups, including the Ku Klux Klan, neo-Nazis, racist skinheads, and neo-Confederates are by far the most common hate groups in the United States. And African Americans are by far the most victimized group of people by hate-group activity and other, less extreme forms of discrimination.
In laymen’s term, it’s a numbers game. Anti-Black groups are the most prevalent hate organizations in America, and we are their biggest targets. In other words, Black people may have a more broad hate base than our grandparents previously warned us about.
The article also states the top 10 states with the highest hate group concentrations, suggesting that contrived, continual segregation further fuels the ongoing relationship.
Dislike, intolerance and hatred seem to diminish when people live alongside each other, and these attitudes are more likely to flourish when people are separated.
Translation, Black people: avoid making any of those states a part of your vacation travel plans. Here are the top 5, in case you need extra motivation.
4. New Jersey