This is where I imagine we disagree.
Bridget Todd

The primary problem is most white people don’t have a good understanding of the insidious nature of white privilege and historically how it has become woven into the cultural fabric of America society. Their eyes are not opened because they cannot see; they can’t see because they haven’t experienced the devastating far reaching effects of racism. The embedded roots of racism will only be torn out by our respective religions core truths of love and acceptance. The rhetoric of racism dialogue must have at its base religious language, and compassionate action.

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