I agree. Block people shouldn't be given extra priveleges. However, it's sloppy reasoning to say that all block people are the same. There's an incredible degree of diversity within the block community. For example, one can be a block person and yet not be a cube. Stereotyping them just leads to trouble for everyone, blocks and non-blocks alike. That's just square. You need to lego of that idea.
The problem with these rosy sentiments is that they’re at least partly false. Those who claim that the rise of the millennials will usher in a new age of racial harmony are cherry-picking or misreading statistics. They’re doing so primarily in two ways: by lumping together all millennials when they report survey findings rather than breaking out white millennials views on racial issues, or by focusing narrowly on a small set of questions about explicit racial beliefs that don’t tell the full story. The fact of the matter is that millennials who are white — that is, members of the group that has always had the most regressive racial beliefs, and who will constitute a majority of U.S. voters for at least another couple of decades — are, on key questions involving race, no more open-minded than their parents. The only real difference, in fact, is that they think they are.