I wish this were a "Random Thought", but my job/career makes the following a daily frustration ...
For a living [and as my personal mission] I investigate complaints of housing and employment discrimination. It is getting more and more difficult for me to remain objective in my job, as of late, because:
1) I'm being faced with more blatant and agrievous acts;
2) I'm finding that my [non-Black] co-workers "just don't get it" in terms of the devastation that discrimination wrecks on people;
3) [and possibly related to #2] I'm realizing that my [non-Black] co-workers are under the guise of being neutral, objective fact-finders, are bending over backwards to give the alleged bad actors, the benefit of a doubt;
4) [and also possibly related to #2] I'm finding more and more, investigations are being short-circuited because management is more concerned about being good administrators [e.g., preserving the budget, reducing back-logged cases, reducing the average case age and maintaining its "non-adversarily, less litigious" stance towards Respondents (defendants)] than seeking justice.
Okay ... Rant over ... Time to go make a real estate agent and her property owning client's life very, very uncomfortable.
Somebody has to.