"Go back to your country," mutters the man in line at Peet's Coffee and Tea in Palo Alto


“Go back to your country,” mutters the man in line at Peet’s Coffee and Tea in Palo Alto, California, as I head out of the shop with a coffee in hand. It was the third time that week. First the kid in the chemistry class in my high school. Then the man on the street I bumped into.

Now him. I turned and stepped towards the man, ready to yell some obscenities at the latest attack on my racial background. But his back was turned. Obviously, he didn’t expect a response, not from a wea …

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This is so sad. I’ve had similar (not this harsh fortunately) experience when my in-laws visited us. :frowning: