…until I realized everything I thought about Desegregation was totally wrong.
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When I first learned the Supreme Court was going to desegregate public schools I was all like
But then I found out that would mean poor black students would overrun my school, and I was all like
I heard the Governor was going to shut down public schools so I could go to an all-white private school, and I was all like
Then some federal judge ruled that was “unconstitutional,” and I was all like
So I managed to graduate high school and attend an all-white Christian college and be all like
But then the IRS revoked their tax-exempt status, forcing my college to desegregate, and I was all like
I thought I could just finish my degree then get an upper-management job in a professional office and be all like
But then they gave me job to a probably unqualified minority just because of affirmative action, and I was all like
At least I still could go home to my all-white suburban gated community and be all like
O wait nvm the federal government banned redlining, so I was all like
Just when things looked their bleakest and I was about to be all like
… Ronald freaking Reagan was elected President
Reagan was all like
And he went “YOLO” and rolled back desegregation and civil rights all like
Making the country a better place for people like me.
Thank you, President Reagan. One day, I’ll join you up there in White Heaven.
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