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    Re: Systemic Racism in America

    Yes, absolutely. Australia is racist, don’t get me wrong, but the underclasses will be treated just as badly and won’t have the luxury of having BLM on their side.

    I’m becoming increasingly...
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    Re: Systemic Racism in America

    Autumn,

    I have done my homework, and got an A.

    Frankly I do not want to engage in a discussion with you about this. It will not go well. Let me just write this to you. After that I will just...
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    Re: Systemic Racism in America

    As a mother to three beautiful boys I can concur. Won’t surprise anyone to learn I’m a social worker but so is my eldest son. He feels he is being forced out of the sector because everyone thinks...
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    Re: Systemic Racism in America

    I'm not complicit in any damned thing. :) :heart:

    If you think I'm wrong, please explain. Really do.

    :flower:[/QUOTE]

    My bad, I should have made it clearer. Every last American is complicit...
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    Re: Systemic Racism in America

    I appreciate this post as it does have some excellently objective ways to ground discussion.

    I absolutely see systemic stratification of power (hence access to resurces real like money and...
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    Re: Systemic Racism in America

    “Pointing a distorted finger of guilt”

    You can try and gaslight as much as you like Gracy, but you wont be able to find an exact qoute from me where I’ve ‘pointed a distorted finger of guilt‘ at...
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    Re: Systemic Racism in America

    Isn’t it just polite to wait for any person to finish speaking? Why turn this into a race issue?
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    Re: Systemic Racism in America

    This brings to mind a wonderful multi part documentary called Daughters of Destiny. A successful American businessman born in India, attempts to help lift girls from the ''untouchable'' caste,...
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