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I notice that you only use white people as example of those who have "inherited racism". Are you saying other races, such as the Chinese, don't also inherit racist traits? the fact is, we all do, and racism is normal and healthy.And in my opinion, Sue is displaying microaggression by singling out Whites, as if we are the only ones with prejudices and stereotypes. Of course, we all know that being Asian, Sue is doing this to compensate for the small penises they all have, and to try and get revenge for being called names whenever he tries to drive an auto mobile.
Can remaining neutral be harmful?
Political rhetoric and the attack on women and the poor.
The cognitive, affective, behavioral, and spiritual costs of oppression.
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