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You are incorrect. Sorry.Originally Posted by jamesrage
no you cannot, your definition is silly. racism is normally expressed by on or a group of individuals against another individual or group. Such as blacks physically assaulting a white and yelling this is for Trayvon. The only INSTITUTIONALIZED racism in this country is affirmative action and in many cases this was created by whites in order to curry favor with blacks. racism in this country is not imposed by organizations but independent actors mainly. and since a black can assault or treat a white badly as easy as a white can so do to a black, racism is something that infects people of all races
I know when I was applying to law schools and later when I was recruiting students to play for an Ivy league team and I was aware of admissions policies blacks with mediocre grades and resumes were getting accepted ahead of far more qualified whites, asians and Jews