I just read (from a caucasian person) that “you can’t be racist towards white people”…I can reason with many points in any argument. But huh? I’m not even sure I understand what I just read. I understand there are differences in prejudice and racist, but the idea that you can’t be racist towards any given class or sect. I get that “whites” are fairly, if not the most “privileged”  But how can you say that without a doubt you can’t be racist towards them in ANY regards.

Does institutionalized racism mean you CANNOT be racist? If we were oppressed and taken over by Chinas military (a fictional stretch) becoming the majority and power the only scenario in which people can be racist towards caucasians?
     Maybe I’m thinking of this completely side ways and I don’t understand some peoples phrasing or wording.
     If the argument pertains to being institutionalized, does it discredit any other forms of racism?? Or are we talking literal definition, and assuming caucasians are considered superior to all? This is a strange concept for me over all I guess.

     Maybe I’m just dumb. whatevs.

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Collaboration? Innovation?!? COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT!!!? They need to be sued for false advertisement.

What Scooby Doo REALLY taught us is that once you pull off the mask, the real villain is usually an old white man trying to steal everyone’s land or money.



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Out of the blue one day in class, my digital painting teacher looks at me and says; “You’ve rode that body hard huh?” 
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This woman was crushed by a falling tree, the branch pierced the left side of her skull and obliterated the left hemisphere of her brain. This is obviously a graphic photo, but it’s a great demonstration of what trauma on the exterior looks like vs. trauma on the interior. It can be hard to conceptualize the full effects of trauma. If you look at this photo objectively we notice a few wounds on her face and then a stick, but it’s the second photo that demonstrates the cause of death. If you didn’t have the second photo you lose all context of the trauma. That’s why performing postmortem autopsies on people are so important; we get a better picture of what’s going on. If we can learn from this trauma we might be able to better handle similar trauma in the future.
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