The NYTimes had an article on LA and homelessness and blacks today. It had a graphic with a heading that caught my eye. The closest I can find in the online version is this sentence: "These maps show the loss of majority-black neighborhoods in Los Angeles County over the last 50 years."
Why did it make me crazy, at least most discombobulated than usual?
In the past the Times has run articles discussing the integration/segregation of our cities.
As a good liberal, I know integration is good and segregation is bad.
But I also take from the Times piece today that the "loss of majority-black neighborhoods" is bad.
So I'm left with two competing ideas.
To use a metaphor, it's like cooking, or baking. Do you want a real smooth batter with no lumps of flour or do you want a fruit cake composed entirely of lumps? I don't know, and that's why I'm crazy today.
Any how: Merry Christmas.