Duong Nge Ly is fortunate only in this: that he's not "white." And so his story can be told - in The Washington Post, no less:
"PHILADELPHIA -- Duong Nghe Ly can't wait to begin his senior year at South Philadelphia High School. A day of violence there last year changed his life, and he wants to learn if his school has been transformed as well.
"Last Dec. 3, after years of attacks on Asian immigrant students, something finally snapped.
"Fueled by rumors, a group of students roamed the halls searching for Asian victims until one was attacked in a classroom. Later, about 70 students stormed the cafeteria, where several Asians were beaten. About 35 students pushed past a police officer onto the so-called 'Asian floor,' but were turned back. After school, Asians being escorted home were attacked anyway by a mob of youths.
"Almost all the attackers were black - but..."
...hey, wait for it, you know it's coming, since this is, after all, The Washington Post:
"...few observers believe the violence was due to racial hatred. [emphasis added] Instead, they cite isolation of different groups within the school, certain students' warped 'gangster' values, and for some, simmering resentments over perceived benefits for Asian students."
May the hails of derisive laughter begin, now?