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Published on Aug 6, 2009
There is no understanding or acceptance of the institutionalized racism problem in a country descended from Slavery and Genocide. People in this country are raised with foundational racist beliefs, and the easiest thing to do in a country that is denying its own racism is to deny your own racism. You'll get a boat load of sympathetic individuals who are as equally in denial as you are. If you're interested in facing this cornerstone of American reality, I spent a great deal of time defining it. The following seven writings (in the order listed) detail the pivotal racial incidents that have gone ignored or intentionally forgotten since the image of Barack Obama began threatening the image of "White Rule" in this country.