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Let’s start this off with a disclaimer: I do not support talking badly about someone based on their ethnic, sexual, gender, racial, etc. background. Sunflower be a pineapple stand tall wear a crown and be sweet on the inside shirt I also did not vote for Trump (just wanted to get that out there before anyone thinks to accuse me of it).
Sunflower be a pineapple stand tall wear a crown and be sweet on the inside shirt
well it all sums up under racsim. Only the definition of it – is usually not token seriously. More likely ppl act as if only shown in physical or verbal violence it is racism. However it is also that – when we talk about “cultural ignorance” and yet – being German and trying to be proud of other cultural backgrounds is not very wellcomed here. It is more expected to identify with the German culture and isolate from your own culture. Sunflower be a pineapple stand tall wear a crown and be sweet on the inside shirt Also e.g. if a black person is looking for a partner it is not really appreciated if the person is not with a white German and rather with a person of another country. And if – you will have to point out how good this person is adapting to the German ideals.
I think this very indicative of America at the moment. Racism sticks around by remaining invisible. Whenever it enters the national conversation, there is an inherent reflex to push the conversation elsewhere. Maybe if we leaned into those conversations and feelings, we could actual sort though our systemic issues. Certainly people can hold racist viewpoints without actually engaging and grappling with the social consequences of them, and so maybe there needs to be a willingness to acknowledge that the struggles of one group do not necessitate the denial of another’s. The United States needs to take a deep moment of reflection on how exactly we got to this point, and understand the societal forces that are influencing our current views.