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Yes, My Dear, All White People Are “Still” Racist

All White people (directly and/or indirectly) have the power and privilege to navigate between being racists, suspected racists, and antiracists at their leisure.

White Supremacist extraordinaire, J. Edgar Hoover and his assistant Clyde Tolson, sitting in beach lounge chairs, circa 1939. Photo Source: Uncredited photographer for Los Angeles Daily News, Public domain, via Wikimedia Commons

Before diving into this essay, you may want to read my original thought, Yes My Dear, All White People Are




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Marley K.

Marley K.

I live to make White Supremacy unhappy. Racism isn’t nice, so don’t expect nice here. Buy Merch | | Follow me on Twitter | @MarleyK20 |

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