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The Ten Biggest Myths of Racism

 

Myth #1:  Among human beings, distinct races exist.

Myth #2:  Human beings were not created equal.

Myth #3:  Racism is justifiable.

Myth #4:  The civil rights movement solved the problem of racial prejudice in the United States.

Myth #5:  Racists have no incentive to abandon the ideology of racism.

Myth #6:  Interracial marriage will dilute "the purity of the races."

Myth #7:  Members of "racial minority groups" do not practice racism.

Myth #8:  Social, cultural and religious institutions are not racist.

Myth #9:  Racism will always exist.

Myth #10:  Creating a colorblind family, society, nation, and world is someone else's challenge.

 

 

 

"He liked to patronize colored people and treated them as equals because he was quite sure they were not."
                                      
-Bertrand Russell            The Autobiography of Bertrand Russell

"We don't want apartheid liberalized.  We want it dismantled.  You can't improve something that is intrinsically evil."
                                      
-Demond Tutu              March 10, 1985

 

 

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