If the problem is largely a refusal of"white people" to acknowledge their dominance and their identity, maybe it is time for Poverty & Race (and the rest of us) to start capitalizing "White" when discussing the primary form of U.S. racism. More importantly, it is certainly time for White people to lead the discussion of White racism among Whites. The trick is to do this without patronizing people of color or displacing people of color leadership in the struggle for racial justice-and to recognize that most people calling for new White identity dream of Nordic festivals staging Wagner operas.