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“We have made enormous progress in teaching everyone that racism is bad. Where we seem to have dropped the ball… is in teaching people what racism actually IS.”
— — — Jon Stewart
“Often White people hear blame whenever the issue of racism is brought up, whether or not blame has been placed on Whites. As beneficiaries of racism and White privilege, you sometimes take a defensive posture even when you are not being individually blamed. You may personalize the remarks, not directed personally at you. It is the arrogance of your privilege that drags the focus back to Whites. When Whites are being blamed or personally accused of racist behavior, this defensiveness and denial further alienate you and may preclude you from examining your possible racist behavior.”
— — Debra Leigh