When I was in college, it seemed rather trivial to have friends who were non-white. I like that because while skin tone can be meaningless, there are lots of cultural varieties and I find them fascinating. I went to a school where 30% of the students were Japanese and that was a great experience.
But now, I find myself surrounded with mostly white men and some white women.
I read a bit about the atheist community these days and some other people have noticed the white male atheist is the average atheist.
It's tricky to ask, but what groups do a good job of being racially inclusive? Are you racially inclusive, what do you do that works?
I'm not turning away friends for being white and male, but there should be a way to improve my ability to run into diverse people and avoid unintentionally alienating them, right?