Race

Not Your Grandma’s Racism

What a white person is learning about casual bigotry.

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“Casual bigotry” is a state of mind wherein a person or group of people hold ideas that are so ingrained that they have become normalized and even subconscious. The entrenched, pervasive nature of these ideas means that they are rarely examined for accuracy.

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