As we began our discussing with each other, roundtable style, each white person in the room got to share about the racial experiences they've had in life. Now, I'm not going to share their responses out of respect to the vulnerability they showed, but I did notice a common trend among them all. When asked about their racial experiences, they also mentioned a time where THEY felt like a minority.I found this very intriguing, because they each communicated about a time when they were the only person of their race in a situation and how they felt like a minority. So, for me this begged the question, "About how many hours out the day do you feel like a minority?" Some answered, "just that time" or something close to that. Then I asked the 5 black panelists the same question, "About how many hours out of the day do you feel like a minority?" With a chuckle, each said something to the effect of "when isn't there a time?"