Growing up and residing in many racially/culturally diverse cities, as well as some towns that were seriously lacking a varied representation of ethnicity, I have an extremely diverse set of friends. I’ve lived in communities that were predominantly Black, but I also know the feeling of being the only Black kid in an entire class – and sometimes the entire grade – which has given me the unique ability to develop meaningful friendships with people of all races. With that being said, I know that all white people are not racist and I know that there are many white people who feel saddened and dismayed by the entire Trayvon Martin incident. In fact, I know white folks who agree with the verdict, but ultimately care more about supporting Trayvon’s parents, Sybrina Fulton and Tracy Martin, than arguing over the merits of the stand your ground law. But, as much as I think I know Caucasians, there is one thing that I will never understand about some of them: Why do whites get angry when Blacks lament about racism and injustice?