1. What do you think is the author’s main idea about his experiences as a black man in public space?
2. What are some examples he gives of how people treat him when he’s out in public, and how does he feel about that treatment?
3. What are some examples he gives of how he tries to adapt to the way people treat him, and what do you think of how he adapts to that treatment?
To get full credit for this discussion, please post your own thoughts and then respond to someone else, preferably someone who doesn’t have a response yet. You may respond to more than one person if you choose, but remember to be respectful.