Georgia is a state located in the southeastern United States. It was established in 1732, the last of the original Thirteen Colonies.
... Georgia, "Capital of The South" as the saying goes. To me it is more like the headquarters of segregation. The metro Atlanta area is place is where as soon as a couple of decent black people move in to a white area you will soon see a convoy of moving trucks with whites fleeing like refugees in a war. I know this is not exclusive to Georgia and this is an all American sport but white flight happens on a massive scale around here.
The commute times to work for many whites are very long because they have moved so far in the suburbs that taking a commuter air flight would be faster than sitting in traffic. Mass transit is more for blacks on young hipster whites.
The hate is getting obvious again with many white areas now forming their own cities because the law prevent them from forming new counties which has been tried a few times.
Interracial dating is low compared to the west coast. The schools in black areas are horrendous. The negative rap video ...more
Georgia's whites are the most arrogant and disrespectful race of people. Georgia newspapers support racial divide. White people in Georgia whites takes pride in keeping blackswith their hands out and providing other whites with a hand up. Georgia is one of many southern states who pass laws to punish and demean black people. Example "Stand Your Ground Law" and 'Right to Work Law", to name a few. The dirty south is an appropriate name for the white infested cesspool. Georgia has a high crime rate contributed to the white man's desire to keep in power. They do thie gerrymandering, hiring corrupt police offices (majority of police force is white), discrimination in every aspect imaginable. Georgia is a nightmare when comes to race relation. Don't come to Georgia to live... The quality of life is deplorable.
I have lived in Georgia most of my life. And to me, Georgia is one of the ignorant states I have lived in. I still feel the racist tensions here. When my family and I moved to Saddle Mountain (a suburb on the east side of Rome). No one came to visit or greet us, except one person did. In my mind, these people are still living in the 60's, and to me, that is just right down ignorant. My daddy was talking to a Chinese man named Michael, saying that he and his family to moved from California and he said that no one came to visit him or anything. He moved to Horseleg Creek. A couple of nights after he and his family settle, someone threw a rock in their window. In Cartersville, a Latino lady moved there and no one came to greet her or anything. When, she would go out in to public, people look at her sideways. I don't understand why people would want to live in Georgia.
Actually I live in GA, born here and raised. To be honest for the most parts in the suburbs and urban areas you don't have to worry even if they are racist they may say something slick or a glare nothing out of the usual. The police are the worst, they racial profile. My dad always said he was happy I was born a girl because I don't have to deal with that kind of pull you over search your car call the K9 unit treatment. I live in Conyers its about 30 mins away from Atlanta. I learned that my face needed to be known in order not to have any problems. I know or have at least seen every officer in the county and even the some white, Hispanic, and of course the black ones know me by face or name (in a good way). My Dad thinks I'm much to optimistic to brush of the hate of those racist but I could careless that your heart is filled with hatred that kind of behavior is generational. They're not going to change anytime soon.
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I agree that since I have lived in Georgia for about 8 years I have experienced more racism from African Americans with lighter complexions or the ones who have relocated not originally from Georgia (which I call inter-racial racism) than Caucasian people who are still kind of weird towards African Americans who live in certain areas, or maybe it is just general racism as well. It is so sad that no matter where you go there is racism in all forms and you really cannot believe in anyone but yourself and God.
Got jacked up in Georgia because I would not tell people what I did to earn all my money (I had my own business and worked two part-timers). Would not let any of the creeps, both male and female move in with me, got SO tired of the SO many moochers down there that as a lady I was supposed to be stupid nice to them even though I was smart enough to tell them all to f$&! Off. Was arrested for nothing, absolutely nothing, but when I won my case I had to again disappear because of all of my "new" friends. Thanks to my experience down there I am VERY successful elsewhere so all you jealous fools can kiss my---! Could not wait to away from there, visited last year, was ready to leave again after two days. The crooks and moochers had not left. My daughter was born there, love it for that but SO glad I got out of that sexist racist place. Where women and minorities know their place, and for the most part, stay there. I couldn't do it. Realized that Georgia was founded by criminals later. Too ...more
To the black man who was born in Los Angeles... uneducated... You said the George Bush was the reason people had to go to prison for crack laws... Wow, do your homework before you give your input!
Washington -- President Clinton signed into law yesterday a bill to continue punishing crack-cocaine crimes far more severely than powder-cocaine crimes -- a difference that civil rights activists say is racist.
"I am not going to let anyone who peddles drugs get the idea that the cost of doing business is going down," Mr. Clinton said in nullifying a plan by the U.S. Sentencing Commission to make punishments the same for crack cocaine and powdered cocaine.
Don't move here this place does not respect women and children. Corruption is obvious and racism is over whelming. It's hard to live here without people of all colors suffering in some way. There is weird spirit about the place and they people act like idiots in a perverted sort of way. Freaky... I promise you. :(
I totally agree with the first post. I am originally from New York City and I moved to Atlanta to experience racism from other blacks. It was really hurtful to see my own people treat each other that way. They all claim to be Christians and no one really lives in a Christ like fashion. I' too relocated back to New York because N.Y. was never as bad as Atlanta.
All these racist people need to go back to there original countries. United States is not for them. We can not stay stuck in the centuries old thinking. The world is much more than just color of the skin and there are many colors my friends - all very beautiful.
Georgia is extremely racist. Born and raised here as a biracial person I have seen, heard and been a victim of it all. I have been let go from a job because this idiot felt he had to have an "all white" staff. I've been refused service in restaurants. Along with other obvious racial implications. Racism is far from gone.
My mother and my stepfather are veterans and on the 4th of July, in certain locations, veteran's can receive extra discounts or free meals entirely. We went out to eat at some steakhouse in Peachtree City. My first time in Peachtree and the city itself is absolutely gorgeous. At first glance, a poster city. While waiting on a bench in the packed steakhouse to be seated, a young white couple (mid-twenties maybe) came in and sat down waiting to be seated. The white woman took a look at my mom, whispered to her boyfriend/spouse (not so quietly), that she didn't want to sit next to the black people and asked if he would switch seats with her (cause he was sitting next to the wall and she would've been about an arms length from my mom). Eventually she just chose to stand in corner as far from us as possible. I was shocked. Before then, I had never experienced a racist moment so this particular incident I'll never forget.
I am a white woman, married to a white man. We moved here 8 months ago. In this time frame I have witnessed all levels of racism, whites against blacks, blacks against whites, every race against one another. It is heartbreaking. I wish everyone would realize in the end we all bleed the same. I experienced the same forms of racism in Louisiana as well. I am appalled that in 2015 this wonderful nation is so ignorant to the race issues that are around. It will not stop until everyone starts to respect one another. As Ghandi said "Be the change you wish to see in the world"
I moved here (and am white) and never have I felt more aware of my color. I have been disrespected more in the short time I lived here then my entire life on the west coast.
I agree racism is alive but I think I see improvements. I mean 20 years ago my uncle wouldn't even watch a T.V. show with a black or hispanic actor, but now he will. I grew up in a town where people of color don't even fish off our bridges, but my dad's mama invited a man of color to her house (not sure how her husband felt about it, though). I hope and pray racism is dying more rapidly than some think. White Man in S.E. gA.
In Georgia the racism cuts both ways. I was walking with a group of white students past a bar in downtown Atlanta and an African American man came out of the bar and shouted, "Oh my God, white people! " I laughed, but as we moved deeper into the neighborhood more and more middle aged black men began to act in an intimidating fashion with body language and looks. Finally, some of our girls began to cry and we turned around and left. This was not my imagination. I grew up in New York City and I know "street language" both physical and verbal. Those men knew what they were doing and did it deliberately.
From Los Angeles living in Georgia. don't come if you don't have to.
Metro Atlanta, Athens, and Savannah are alright. The rest of the state is redneck central though, especially the southern half of the state. That being said, Atlanta is perhaps the most prosperous city for blacks in the US and it's known as "Black Hollywood" for a reason. Even during the Civil Rights Movement, Atlanta wasn't nearly as bad when it came to racism as many other southern cities. I'd say that if there were a list for most racist American cities, Detroit and Chicago would be higher than Atlanta and Houston. Rural southern Georgia ruins it for the rest of the state, unfortunately.
I lived in Atlanta area for almost 10 years and really regret that I came to this town. White people who really don't know what they are talking about got promoted easily. Those people, when they are in power, know how to guard the disgusting past of the old south.
I Haven't been was planning on relocating to atlanta, but all of the reviews I have read stress the racism, its sad that ignorance has not been lost, so I will not be making that move never really liked the south just thought atlanta would be different, they can keep their ignorance, it just shows a people unable to evolve, More sad is people that allow it and don't know who they are and allow the ignorance to dominate them.
Fulton and Dekalb county are the most racist counties in GA. They cater to the black community. Blacks and minorities (Hispanics) get the jobs here first. They layed off my spouse and workers cause they were older white males. The jobs were replaced by young black men. The clinics and DCS offices are in slummed out ghetto neighborhoods. Majority of jobs here have black employees. The schools are just about pure black. I have lived here for 6 years. I was born and raised in Miami, FL. I grew up with black, Jamacian, Hatian, Cuban, Puerto Rican, Middle Eastern, and other races. Never had a problem there. This state still acts like it's in the Civil War era. This is one of the most racist states I have seen. And it's a shame because GA is a beautiful state that's going to end up like Detroit.
Hands down the most racist state. As an avid world traveler owning multiple homes across the globe this is the most ignorant place on the planet in my opinion. The most uneducated people as far as common sense and fairness reside here. If it weren't so serious a subject it would be hilarious. They actually think that they are being subtle smh. When I moved my business here it was fulfillment of the promise I made to my late father to bring jobs to Ga. Well I tried, business is great lot of jobs created, but I have kids so I will be looking into relocation in the near future. But I did learn a valuable lesson : racism kills jobs...lol.
Georgia is still a very Red State, and opportunity is unfairly balanced for non-whites especially for Blacks than for Whites. This State always goes against the peoples rights, and many people are full of apathy, and wont vote, or support what is right for them in making a solution to fit everyone's needs.
The most racist state I have ever live, Never again I would return to visit or live there. California is the best state very diverse.
Baseball in south ga is impossible to play especially at a college level. My school was the only junior college baseball team without any black. They cut all of us during tryouts and we were far more qualified than the people that made the team and played our position. Last year we had a black kid who played with us and the coach would always racially harass him on the bus. It was awful.