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A large minority of Americans think Breonna Taylor would not have been shot by police if she'd been white instead of black: From what has been reported, police blindly returned fire in the course of executing a drug-related search warrant when Taylor's boyfriend shot at them, hitting one cop in the leg. It seems neither... Read More
The more concerned you are about racism, the more racist you are. The first step to combating racism is admitting it's a problem: It's a twist on the aphorism about wisdom and knowledge--the more you know, the more aware you become of how much you don't know. For every internal demon of racism you slay,... Read More
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[As noted yesterday, the following essay was written by a reader and commenter who requested the opportunity. In the spirit of the open inquiry and free expression UR is renowned for, its contents are neither endorsed nor condemned by this blog or webzine. On account of the essay's thoughtfulness, though, it has been deemed worthy... Read More
From SurveyUSA comes news that Americans estimate 38% of their fellow Americans are "racist". The poll did not ask respondents what percentages of various subgroups they thought were racist. It only inquired about what percentage of Americans on the whole were perceived to be so tainted. The graph shows the average estimate by the subgroup... Read More
From Trends, the top five states for relative search volume interest in "white supremacy" over the last year: Our imperial overlords appear to be far more interested in it than middle Americans are. We should expect a white kid from some loserville in say, Wyoming, to be the one looking for a portal into the... Read More
In this week's edition of The Z Blog Power Hour, Z riffs off Moynihan's Law of the Canadian Border, noting that the closer a state is to our northern neighbor, the more its residents tend to blather on about things like racism and white privilege. From Google Trends, the top ten US states by percentage... Read More
The Nashville church shooting by a man named Emanuel Samson is obliterating The Narrative from every angle. It is the inverse of everything that the Dylann Roof shooting in Charleston in 2015--that provided cover to launch The Great Erasure against the American confederacy--was. - A black immigrant fatally shoots churchgoing white natives. - He is... Read More
++Addition++New information on the killer's history: My insinuation of likely racial motivation for the murders is strengthened. My doubt that the killer will end up being charged with hate crimes is correspondingly weakened. It's unlikely you've heard about this. If not for living in the Kansas City metro area, I wouldn't have either. If the... Read More
As a closing follow up to the previous post, here is the very first image returned for a search on "racist": Here are the top results on "hate": There are no victims, only volunteers. This is what we're up against. Do not ever forget it.
I'm doing a little work on a textbook. The publisher has free access to istockphoto.com, a service I hadn't previously heard of but provides images similar to the Shutterstock pictures you've probably seen included in various online articles and the like. I was looking for an image of a shoplifter for one of the modules... Read More
SurveyUSA commissioned polls in California and Minnesota after the 2016 presidential election. Both asked Clinton supporters if they thought Trump voters were racist and also if they thought Trump voters were sexist. The wording of these questions were identical in each survey. Perceived racism, by state: Racist? Yes No Unsure California 65% 16% 19% Minnesota... Read More