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I’m not sure it’s possible to determine someone’s racial or ethnic identity when their face is obscured. Thus the entire argument here is premised on the assumption that everyone with light skin on their hands and neck must be white.

This simple problem fundamentally undermines the broader rhetorical argument and is perhaps racially biased in its own way.

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