...Not even trying very hard, are we? Tillis clearly cited both Hispanic and African Americans as a comparison to what he believes are "traditional" North Carolinians. And, we hasten to point out that many African American familes have been in North Carolina long enough to be considered "traditional," although how those families happened to arrive in the state differs a bit from the way the families like that of Thom Tillis happened to get there.
Tuesday, June 17, 2014
How We're Avoiding Saying "White People" These Days - Esquire: