I would like to know the skin color of Erin E. Hogan. The art history journalist who recently described her experiences being "Jerked Around" by a "white man" [October 27].
Since Hogan feels it necessary to identify the skin color of this perpetrator, as her reader I feel cheated. Why isn't her skin color identified? Likewise the pigments of her supporting cast: Betsy, Anne, Officer K., the judge, Margaret, the substitute lawyer, the well-dressed state's attorney, the defendant's lawyer, the sheriff's deputies, the Chicago police officer, various representatives of Peoples Gas, and "Tuff Guy Bob."
I would guess a PhD candidate from the University of Chicago, who is a teacher's assistant in African art, might be more p.c. . . . but who am I to judge?
a white guy