Not to go all /pol/ here and shit, but I'm just kind of curious.
As a white dude, I noticed that most white dude adapt well with other cultures and races. We seek out middle ground and things in common.
Asians who aren't overworked by parents/are more westernized are the same.
Same thing goes fo Browns, especially Sikhs.
The only race I've noticed that doesn't do this well, is blacks. (And the Spanish). Most black people I meet just don't try and find middle ground and tend to be more tribalistic, keeping to themselves and their own race.
Except of course for light skins and "Oreos", who are often exiled from being "black" and are bullied for it. And the only reason I can come up with is because they seek the middle ground/have hobbys that are outside their expected culture.>quite literally worked with a great guy who was a light skin and he got constantly bullied by our black Jamaican boss for it. He hated it but was expected to take it.
I just kind of want you opinion on it, what you think, maybe give a bit of persepctive if you can.