"...“None of us were there…what we do know is this. It seems extremely easy to get shot by police in America. Which is not right.” Noah cuts to a clip of the officer — Betty Shelby’s — attorney explaining that it couldn’t have been a racially charged killing, because she’d recently been to a homecoming football game at an all-black high school. “Her lawyer’s defense has introduced us to one of the bigger problems that you face in America. In an American city, there’s an all-black high school, and that’s normal instead of weird? Living in a society where racial divisions are so deeply baked into every part of society that we don’t notice it anymore? An ‘all black high school?’ That’s a phrase that’s never followed by, ‘Oh you’re talking about the one in the nice part of town? Yeah, I know it.’ Racial divisions are so normalized in society that people possess a bias they don’t even know they have.'”..."
FLAVORWIRE: Trevor Noah on the Terence Crutcher Shooting and America’s Scary Normalizing of Racial Division