Hello everybody, I've basically come hear to rant and hear everybody's opinion on such a matter that affects me to no end, in the workplace even. I don't have a lot of time to write this up so I'll wrap it up quite quickly. I'm a white male facing racism in the workplace. Not by my coworkers, who are all very nice by the way, but my bosses and supervisors. Where I work is majority black as well, thought I should point that out. I do not contain a single ounce of racism or any domestic hate within my body, my morals do not allow me to project such a thing. I'm currently working graveshift and I start 2nd shift come Monday, which after working here for four months is finally something I have achieved, somehow. Just call me Jason, as an alias. It's not my real name, and I'm using it as an example. Currently, another person has been switched to my shift with the same name, and he is black. By my team leaders, or so I have heard from some very reliable coworkers, I have been known as "white Jason", to avoid confusion with the other Jason. Now while my employee handbook speciafically tells me to notify my supervisors right away of even the most minor scale racial discrimination, I don't see much of a point to. The reason being, my supervisors and everybody who works inside the office outside of the company are well within the same social group, pick favorites, and, you guessed it, are also black. *This post isn't totally finished, and I have to go back to work until next break. I will edit it and finish it then, feel free to comment on what's already here.