Where do we learn racism — Part II

My Parents Didn’t Teach Me Racism

So, I can’t be racist

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Where do we learn racism?

I grew up in a household that didn’t demean Black people, that talked about Black civil rights, with parents and family that believed in Black freedom. I remember screaming in joy seeing Black people on television.

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