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Jul 27, · During this decade (the s) I was also greatly influenced by major African-American social analysts of racism, like W.E.B.
Du Bois, Stokely Carmichael and Charles Hamilton. More recently, my work has been used by philosophers of race including Lewis Gordon, Charles Mills, Linda Alcoff, Tommy Curry — and yourself. Racism is the belief that one’s race, skin color, or more generally, one’s group, be it of religious, national or ethnic identity, is superior to others in humanity.
It has been part of the American landscape primarily since the European colonization of North America beginning in the 17th century. This was true both during the recent turbulent period () as well as during a two-decade span ending in (the most recent data available).
racism as a zero-sum game, such that decreases in perceived anti-Black racism over the past six decades would be asso- ciated with increases in perceived anti-White racism. Racism in total, reflects an acceptance of the deepest forms and degrees of divisiveness and carries the implication that differences among groups are so great that they cannot be transcended.