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5 Things Not To Do When Accused Of Racism: A Note To Paula Deen And The Rest of White America

5 Things Not To Do When Accused Of Racism: A Note To Paula Deen And The Rest of White America | racism, sexuality, sexual behavior, sexism, Black men, international | Scoop.it

"Okay, I know this subject has been beat to death but I need to go there one more time. Why? Because Paula Deen’s crying, pleading, borderline belligerent I is what I is, and I’m not changing play for forgiveness mirrors the way that too many white people react to accusations of racism. And that reaction is no small thing. It’s one of the obstacles to ending interpersonal racism which, as we know, is the justification for institutional racism and the perpetuation of racial inequality.

 

So, for white people who want to be good allies, here are five things not to do when accused of racism:"


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State of Denial: Racist abuse in Australia - RN Drive - ABC Radio National (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)

State of Denial: Racist abuse in Australia - RN Drive - ABC Radio National (Australian Broadcasting Corporation) | racism, sexuality, sexual behavior, sexism, Black men, international | Scoop.it

Recent videos capturing racist abuse on public transport in Melbourne and Sydney have caused a stir across the Australian media. But for many minorities there's nothing shocking about bigotry and humiliation in public—it's simply a part of their everyday experience. Waleed Aly investigates the latest incident of ugly Australian racism and asks whether the media frenzy is a symptom of denial rather than legitimate moral outrage.

 


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Perceived racism may impact black Americans' mental health

Perceived racism may impact black Americans' mental health | racism, sexuality, sexual behavior, sexism, Black men, international | Scoop.it
For black American adults, perceived racism may cause mental health symptoms similar to trauma and could lead to some physical health disparities between blacks and other populations in the United States, according to a new study published by the...

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Rilwan Unfazed's curator insight, July 13, 2014 8:28 AM

I really think that racism is something that must be stopped in this world. From  this article, i have learnt that Racism can lead to severe consequences such as the deterioration of mental and physical health. Racism against black Americans is one such example of the many scenes of racism that occurs all around the world.