What is it like for a "Black" person living in Memphis? What's your opinion or attitude about daily life in Memphis for the average "Black" person? What would you tell someone, another "Black" person who was considering moving to Memphis? How are you treated, as a "Black" person in stores, restaurants, movie theaters, government offices, school, work and other places where "everyone" congregates? Do you feel exploited, discriminated against, ignored, avoided, isolated, threatened or treated bad because you're "Black"? Why do you continue to live in Memphis? How often do you leave Memphis to visit other cities and do you feel any difference while away from Memphis? What kind of city is Memphis as far as "race relations" is concerned? Should there be any changes that would change any of your perceptions of Memphis? Is Memphis a "Black City"? Is Memphis more urban than metropolitan? What are the best features of Memphis as it relates to "Blacks"? Does the word "diversity" equates to Memphis? How do you view advertisements on local Memphis television and radio as it relates to "Blacks"? Would you rather be referred to as Mr. or Ms. "So and So" in public places by people who do not know you and are providing a service to the general public? Are people friendly towards "Blacks" in Memphis?
Tell me what you think about the "Black Community" in Memphis!