This was not only a very good issue, but entertaining. Topics crossed many areas of life and educated this old graduate.
I found it interesting that NDSU/Fargo, a more midwestern and somewhat isolated place, would tackle a larger issue such as racism. Kudos! I myself am Korean, although I am adopted and generally speaking, feel pretty white. I don't believe I have experienced racism to a degree that I have been prejudiced against. One must say that if you are going to be a minority, being Asian is one that has more favorable connotations associated with it.
Well, all this to say that it is nice to know that the topic is being tackled and open for discussion. I believe that having a greater understanding of other cultures can explain why and how people form opinions, decisions and reactions that they have within our own society and globally. Walking a mile in someone else's shoes can give a fresh perspective!