Trogler said when he or his two younger siblings dated people of other races it caused his mother to be uncomfortable.
Still, all three have been in relationships with people of other colors.
No doubt, private prejudice and suburbanites’ desire for homogenous affluent environments contributed to segregation in St. But these explanations are too partial, and too conveniently excuse public policy from responsibility.
A more powerful cause of metropolitan segregation in St. Report of the United States Commission on Civil Rights.
And in any event, those other suburbs were able to preserve their almost entirely white, upper-middle-class environments by enacting zoning rules that required only expensive single family homes, the thinking goes. Thomas Jefferson was a great man indeed, yet I doubt that our Native American brothers and sisters would consider him their friend. Louis, and the state of Missouri as a whole, you'll notice sprinkled evidence of a forgotten past. The Arch Unfortunately, our city's shining beacon is also a monument symbolizing the genocide of North America's original inhabitants -- the Native Americans.Jonathan Trogler’s mother was always particular about who he dated.She would try to introduce him to her friend’s daughters, generally Hispanic women, even while he was in a relationship.