The Contemporary Language of Everyday Racism that Enables Us to Say “It’s not me”

There's a familiar script that plays out periodically in "Western" - perhaps especially American - news / infotainment media. A prominent figure says or does something. Members of the public, commentators, and sometimes other people directly involved call it out for being racist. The prominent figure speaks out, their words thick with emotion and pain at … Continue reading The Contemporary Language of Everyday Racism that Enables Us to Say “It’s not me”

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