Surviving Pockets Of Homogeneity
April 15, 2013, 05:52 AM
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Responding to the difficulty I had in coming up with recent group photographs as racially homogenous as my elementary school group, as reported in my American Renaissance talk (Section 2 here), a reader offers this: the St. Olaf (Minnesota) college choir.

Surviving Pockets Of Homogeneity—St. Olaf (Minnesota) college choir.

As a 1980s TV viewer—I’ve since given the darn thing up, to the great improvement of my mental health—I shall always associate St. Olaf with Betty White (sic) of The Golden Girls