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NFL’s Hate Practices Help Explain Why It’s So Hard To End US Racism

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If you’ve watched any NFL football games the past couple of seasons, you’ve no doubt noticed the “End Racism” signs painted into the end-zone turfs of each field.

It may to many seem a promising step toward meaningful social change that an organization with such cultural visibility and reach and such a powerful mouthpiece within the dominant culture…

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