I want to expand on what I said in >>21306
I was born in Atlanta and have been raised in urban centers almost my whole life. As a result, I've met many black people and had the good fortune to establish positive relations when possible.
I've worked at jobs and lived in hard neighborhoods where I was the only White face, despite this, these are the places and people I've been able to speak most freely about race and politics to.
There have been conflicts, but overall, I survived. I've worked at places where I have been on the firing line for non-kosher speech and my black allies were the only ones who stood up for me, while the "Whites" sold me down the river.
Black people have showed me exceptional kindness even in the face of me advocating White pride and sovereignty. For the most part they understand and are open minded. I feel safest to speak my mind in Black majorities, because as long as you are strong and charismatic, they will listen.
Blacks will always test you, you have to always be ready to fight, but if you earn their respect, you have made a friend for life. Blacks respect hardness, never let them get off with disrespecting you or your race, throw hands if you must, but never submit, always be ready to fight, White Man, ALWAYS.
Blacks don't trust the Replicuck party and are generally very open to the JQ. Where I work, I can speak freely, but only with my Black coworkers. You just have to be charismatic; that matters more to them than idealogy. Be hard, but cool, that is what they respect. I am basically an open "White Nationalist" at work, but get respect, offers to smoke weed (I don't smoke, though) and rides home. I trust my Blacks more than anyone else at work.
Interracial cooperation is possible, you just have to be open, strong and honest. Be ready to have your character tested and fight when you have to. Blacks and mulattosare our guys, reach out to them.
Listen and learn, brothers