Typically that would involve me going up
and knocking somebody on the forehead and say,
hey, we're having a problem.
I need to figure out what the problem is.
Let's sit down and have a discussion.
You tell me what the problem is
and I'll see what I can do to fix it.
And if I'm not the problem,
then we need to address your behavior
because people will deny that it's race-based,
but when you can show them
that they're treating you differently
than they are someone else,
sometimes it's very subtle, tone of voice,
mannerisms, et cetera.
And sometimes it's very blatant.
And a lot of times people will use humor
to try to disguise.
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