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Old 07-24-2018, 03:00 PM
 
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From what I read of your post, Aliana isn't for you. So, I would suggest you move on, Whiteflighter.
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Old 07-24-2018, 03:16 PM
 
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From what I read of your post, Aliana isn't for you. So, I would suggest you move on, Whiteflighter.
I am not racist.
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Old 07-24-2018, 04:22 PM
 
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I am not racist.
I'm not saying you're a racist. You stated that you wanted to move into a "Caucasian" area, and Aliana just isn't that.
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Old 10-18-2018, 08:47 AM
 
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I'm South Asian and I actually find some areas are way too South Asian concentrated for my liking. We live in New Territory which I find to be ethnically dispersed. House prices were not an issue -- we could've purchased in River Stone, Telfair, and many of the newer neighborhoods.

We wanted our kids to be well-rounded and not hyper-focused on standardized test scores. My son has been doing well at Walker Station. There are White kids, Black kids, Hispanic kids, and Asian kids in his class. It's a solid middle class neighborhood. Parents here are actively involved and take their kids' education seriously at home (and that is very important). For me, New Territory embodies the diversity that Sugar Land is known for. It prepares kids for the real world where people will have differing perspectives, religions, ethnicity and that's OK.

Obviously this is a not-so-subtle attempt to convince like-minded families to move to NT. And as to not to be considered a New Territory troll, there are other neighborhoods in Sugar Land (and elsewhere) with good diversity and "educationally-focused" households. I hope less people make their house purchasing decisions based solely on where people of their own ethnicity live.

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