Seems to me that it is….when the politicians let it be.
We are judged, in this country, mostly, not on the color of our skin, but rather our deeds and actions.
“judged by the color of their skin but by their character”.
And mostly, that is true. While some people (generally white Liberals and aided by Black power mongers) try to make excuses for black criminals, generally black people and white people and hispanic people are judged more or less the same. The fact that different racial groups have different level of good and bad deeds and good and bad actors, makes little difference when judged under the color of law, at least.
Individuals may not do so, but our system of laws mostly does treat everyone equally. It isn’t perfect, and there are exceptions….but we have come a long way from 1963. The equality of opportunity is there, if people are willing to do the work required. Often, aspiring black people have an even higher level of opportunity than whites.
There is a path upwards for all races, for all people, from whatever economic status….. the path is no longer “from a smaller ghetto to a larger one”.
Despite what the DNC says when confronted with voter verification, it is no longer true that “a colored person in Mississippi cannot vote and a colored person in New York believes he has nothing for which to vote”.
In today’s reality, it is possible (assuming the Black hatemongers will allow it) for “little black boys and black girls will be able to join hands with little white boys and white girls as sisters and brothers”. For the most part, the white racist militants have been squelched, if not silenced. Sadly, not so the other way….but not that many people listen to those folks, no matter what their race.
Is it perfect? No. Are there prejudiced whites? Yes. Are there prejudiced and racist black people? Yes. Are they the majority? Not in most places.
Mostly, the Dream is alive and well and gaining ground. Is there more to do? Yes, and much of it must be done by black people, black culture…..Whites cannot do everything to make the change. Everyone needs to step up. Many have, on both sides.
If the Race Baiters would shut up, progress would be even greater.