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8 Things White People Really Need to Understand About Race -

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I, Racist --- A beautifully honest reflection on white America's unwillingness to recognize racism when they don't feel that they themselves are racist. By John Metta.

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I chose this Pin for my board because I think it is a great Quote. To me this quote means that if you believe that racism is no longer going on in our world you're racist. Racism is still a huge topic in today's society so the fact that you don't think it exists means that you yourself are very close minded or racist.

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Jane Elliot's been schoolin white Americans about their participation in systemic racism and white supremacy since the 60s!

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I Love You, America, But This List Should NOT Make You Uncomfortable

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Alarmism saved my family from Hitler: Why I won't tell anyone to calm down about Trump | Hugo Schwyzer | The Blogs | The Times of Israel

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5 black crime myths: Which ones did you believe?

5 Black Crime Myths: Which Ones Did You Believe? Facts can sometimes prove to be the difference between life and death. We need to look no further than Trayvon Martin's case to see the difference between perception and reality when it comes to criminal activity and race. Let's start educating ourselves and our society. Please share.

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pronunciation | drap-et-O-mAn-E-a note | Drapetomania first appeared in a pseudoscientific article by an American physician in 1851 as a “mental illness” that caused black slaves to try to flee captivity. It supposedly occurred as a result of a master treating their slaves like equals. But though the first usage of the word is deeply rooted in racism, it derives simply from the Greek δραπετης drapetos, meaning “runaway (slave)”, and μανια mania

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