Mention you belong to it to your black interviewer and you'll still get the job. But a white person mentioning he's a KKK member to his white interviewer will not get the job. You can't put on your resume that you helped run the Klan's adopt a child program. Or maybe you can. I just don't feel like I could hate black people for no reason and be accepted anywhere outside of a racist group.
once again, people, please don't forget the difference between trinity united's disenfranchised, survival-based angry racism and the KKK's aggressively violent racism.
on a very important level, racism is racism. regardless of your skin color, racism = bad. in order to be racist, you need to be guilty of lazy, illogical thinking.
KKK racism = bad
TU racism = bad
but, as i wrote somewhere else in these blog parts, there is violence and there is violence. i am white person: i prefer my chances walking into trinity united during a full-throttle sunday sermon, to the chances of a black person walking into one of those KKK midnight vigils.
or would someone here prefer to take their chances as the black person when those bloody-white robes come out of the closet?