Racism has been part and parcel of America since the beginning. This has led to two very different Americas: the white America of manicured laws and comfortable living with easy access to education and economic opportunity and the other America experienced by minorities in which those things are not privileges that people of color often enjoy.
The BBC takes us to Milwaukee where this divide is only a few city blocks apart. Racism is no longer the overt segregation of Jim Crow, its subtle and hard to find. Statistically, white people tend not to believe in racism, while people of color believe it and know about racism in high numbers.
This is an informative look at racism in America.