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He insisted that it was born of the idea that singletons of “every origin, race, religion and lifestyle” can find someone for them, even white people. “The last thing in the world I am is racist.” He compared Where White People Meet to Christian Mingle and Farmers Only as examples of preference-based dating websites.It's happening partly thanks to a persistent, retired Minnesota art educator with White Earth roots who believed years ago that specialty food enthusiasts in France would enjoy authentic wild rice that grows naturally on reservation waters."I once found a little Jewish grocery store in Paris that advertised 'wild rice,' but it was black rice from Indonesia," recalled Diane Gorney, whose father grew up on White Earth. I knew White Earth wild rice would have a future in France." Gorney, also a board member of the American Indian Movement (AIM) Interpretive Center in Minneapolis, and Executive Director Clyde Bellecourt, a White Earth native, started working a couple of years ago with Meet Minneapolis, the city-tourism bureau and which also manages sister-city ties.The creator of the online dating website Where White People Meet has been getting some questions about why he and his wife would build such a site.The answer, according to the website’s “About Us” page, is “why not?