Wait, you mean calling every person in the world who disagrees with Democrats a racist doesn’t stop racism?
Get outta here.
Research says there are ways to reduce racial bias. Calling people racist isn’t one of them. https://t.co/uyGPMoTznw
— Vox (@voxdotcom) July 23, 2017
We read the article so you didn’t have to … you’re welcome.
The first thing to understand is how white Americans, especially in rural areas, hear accusations of racism. While terms like “racist,” “white privilege,” and “implicit bias” intend to point out systemic biases in America, for white Americans they’re often seen as coded slurs. These terms don’t signal to them that they’re doing something wrong, but that their supposedly racist attitudes (which they would deny having at all) are a justification for lawmakers and other elites to ignore their problems.
Especially in rural areas. Coded slurs. White people are too dumb to realize they’re racists.
Even as Vox admits their tactics have failed by releasing this study, they just can’t help themselves.
Vox is gonna Vox.
Bombshell: Vox Geniuses Figure Out Calling People Racist Isn’t Working https://t.co/O30flFrAPv
— JWF (@JammieWF) July 24, 2017
No shit Sherlock.
— Blame Big Government (@BlameBigGovt) July 24, 2017
Not going to stop it from being the cornerstone of your editorial policy.
— Bob Rogers (@BobRtheBassist) July 24, 2017
Of course it won’t, their entire publication relies on the notion that all white people are racists and all men are sexists.
Even when studies prove that’s just not true.
— Lola L (@xleonxxxx) July 24, 2017