Least Racist States In the U.S.
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Grew up in Tennessee my whole life, I lived in Memphis in different areas ranging from Orange mound to a great house in East Memphis, as I got older. I have to say some of the things being posted about it are completely wrong. Number one Memphis is an awesome city that is over 70% minority, and of the 1 million black people in the state 600,000+ live in Memphis alone, so of course whoever said to give Memphis to Mississippi is a complete racist who probably lives in the all white hate filled Nashville, and prefers his/her upper crust white community. Outside some of the wealthier suburbs around Memphis, any POC would feel very comfortable in a city like this. Although Tennessee is the birthplace of the KKK in the major metropolitan areas there is very little resentment for people of different races, the smaller communities especially in the east Tennessee region are far more backwoods, but most of West Tennessee is a great area to live.
Very open minded state. Grew up in a very white part of the state however even as a young child my parents had no problems with friends of different races or dating. I know live in a community where I'm a very small minority among mostly black neighbors and have no racial tension or issues.
Very racist state. I'm 19 and I was adopted by a white family. Truthfully most people in the state are very rude and ignorant and my parents even lost friends for adopting me and my siblings
Tennessee is one of the least racist states. This is absurd.V 3 Comments
No racism hear most of us are trees so there is racism between those trees but most of the state in the US are in hear
Most hate filled state I've ever been to
I've lived in nh all my life and I've seen no racism
I moved to North Conway,NH from Vero Beach, Fl and I live in Fl my entire life. I haven't ran into any racial issues and I've been here 5 years. I now have a biracial child I am black and my partner is white we don't have any issues when we go out and about and everyone is very nice to my son and I. We are thinking about relocating though because there is just not enough diversity for us we don't won't our son to feel left out when he gets older and looks around.
In 2015, though we have a very racist past, the world as exposed to our issues with: Mike Brown's murder by a police officer, and MIZZOU president's retirement (stemming from the football team's boycott that stemmed from racist allegations that went unacknowledged.) St. Louis is a very divided city with heavy slave labor history. Some areas seem integrated but there is still a racial undertone.
I was born in St. Louis, Missouri and went to college in Virginia. Upon moving back to Missouri, it was a culture shock. I'm a black woman that was raised in a fairly diverse school district (Ladue) but was later educated at a Historically Black University. Though this is a prevalent issue, many positive things are described as "white" and negative things are described as "black" here. Many individuals do not have the privilege of having close friends or family members of other backgrounds. St. Louis is run by many white Catholic professionals and the history of slavery in the state along with the intermixing of "races" that occured on the plantation goes untalked about. Slaves were sold on the St. Louis courthouse steps and wealth disparity is common. People are "friendly" but it's usually a mask to avoid asking the hard questions or having a dialogue.
In 2015, worldwide known race issues that occured in Missouri include: unarmed Mike Brown's murder by a police officer in Ferguson (a county of St. Louis) and MIZZOU (University of Missouri, Columbia) president Timothy Wolf's resignation following protests about unaddressed racial allegations.
That's funny I live in Missouri.
(I'm black) my wife is white. I experience racism from both Blacks for "betraying my race" and I use to find my self always trying to prove my blackness. But I'm at peace of it is what it is.
And with whites it's the typical "All blacks are alike" and because of news coverage resulting in them assuming we're all thugs unless we act the way they want us to (Jump-How high mentality). Then you're the 'good' type of black person. But they're a few good people.
My husband and I adopted our youngest daughter. We are a family of 5. 4 of us are white and our youngest daughter is full African American. We went on vacation to south Dakota and found that we got a lot less stares and negative comments being here than our own home state of iowa!
This state should be the most racist state of them all! The white people don't like anybody here! Even white people from other states! This state tops my list!
It's a good state. A very good state.
I am a native from Pine Ridge, and I have experience hella racism in other cities like Rapid City and Sioux Falls. From cops to trump supporters, the Caucasian make-up tends to be bigoted nationalists.
They are nice people, I was living there as international student and I found them super nice people, now I'm an in Florida and I feel the difference and I miss Arkansas more.
I live in Arkansas and say that there is definitely racism. Should be way lower on the list.
Northern Delaware (New Castle County) is not racist and is very diverse in race and sexuality. Going to school I had teachers and friends of different race (black, white, Hispanic, Asian, mixed race) and different sexuality (LQBT) and no one was harassed for being themselves. There is a lot of interracial dating and is a very welcoming place for everyone and anyone. However, southern Delaware (besides the beaches) is very racist. I remember driving the back roads to the beach as a little girl and seeing people dressed as the kkk in their trucks with guns in there hands. Also, Delaware State University, in Dover, is a HBCU school and there protocols for students of color to stay indoors on campus when the Dover Downs have car races. A lot of rednecks like to come get drunk and harass black student. There was one incident were they burned crosses on the University lawn. I am a black female who has lived in New Castle Delaware for 19 years.
One of the less racist states in America.
How the **** is Delaware racist? I don't understand this.
I lived in Anchorage, AK for two years with my husband who is black and I am white. We have two daughters who are obviously mixed. We didn't experience any out right racism, were never treated bad or differently. Our girls never had any issues in school. Our community was mixed with Mexican, Native Alaskan Indians, and Asians. Anchorage has a small town feel, friendly, nice people. There is also diversity due to the military bases. Lots of local businesses and opportunity. If you are an outdoors person, hiking, skiing, hunting, fishing, boating, small prop planes, etc. Alaska is your play ground. Just prepare for winter because it's long and dark and will test your sanity. There are a lot of recluse individuals, mountain people, that don't want to be bothered regardless of who you are. I would say Anchorage, AK is not racists.
I lived in Alaska from 03 - 06 and 2010 - 2013. Spent a good amount of time in Anachorage, but I lived in Fairbanks. The race stuff was very limited if not present at all. Most of the racists were the military that Bring that crap with them. I never had an issue with the police (fairbanks or the troopers) I also have never received any bad service when I went out. It's a cool place to live and there are no struck gun laws. Also, the state has no taxes (except for North Pole). Fairbanks is slowly building up. When I first moved there in 03 they didn't even have a Wal-Mart! There is a Mall, but they call it "the hall" because that's basicly what it is. Lol By the way, I'm Black and actually enjoyed it up there. I'd move back if it wasn't so expensive.
Can somebody post something about Alaska? I'd like to know what it's like for black people and other 'minorities' there.
this list scares me. 2016 and we haven't got rid of this racism issue.
As an Indian female who was born and raised in Connecticut, I can confidently say that this is not a racist state. All throughout my childhood, my school was a diverse center where all ethnicities felt they could mix without any judgements. Black, white, Hispanic, Asian, everything. While Connecticut may seem racist from afar due to its high white population, it truly is not. It is safe for everyone, regardless of ethnicity.
I'm Native American with dark skin. I went to Yale for my Master's degree. Connecticut does NOT get my vote on this one. New Haven black people can't wrap their heads around the fact that I'm a Yalie and that is part of my criteria for rating NON-racism.
Connecticut is not racist.
CT is welcoming to all. Fairfield county is a tad snooty but the rest of the state is friendly and greatV 4 Comments
If you're African American Mexican Asian Indian or redheaded don't come here.
Of course Alabama is the most racist state in the USA.
I lived in Alabama for 11 year's and I am ( BLACK) and the only hatred I experienced was from my own family.
This state sucksV 3 Comments
This should be number one on THIS list because Kentucky is the least racist. - ConnorBanjoper
Kentucky is the LEAST racist state in the country. - ConnorBanjoper
Louisville is like an separate entity from the rest of the state,very diverse, very welcoming,it should succeed from the rest of the state. Which is full of racists
This is the real LEAST racist state in the USOA. - ConnorBanjoper
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