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@violetSpark I went to Reed College, PDX, back in '07. As latinx, going to an extremely white school, in an extremely white city... it was extremely alienating. I got depressed, way more than i ever have been in my life. I had a car, but I'd have to drive to an hour to even be able to get tortillas, peppers, etc. I don't recommend if you value multi-culturalism. At least not yet, I do hear that it's slowly changing.
The one thing I did enjoy was the radical politics. One of my close friends started a group devoted to racial conversations, and there was a monthly brown brunch, where only PoC could attend (if you ever told the white folk at college that this happened, they would very immediately complain of it being "technically racist."
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