Institutional Racism

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Institutional racism is the idea that racism has been so ingrained into the culture, that it's affecting legal or company policies. While Democrats created a lot of institutional racism with their Jim Crow policies (not to mention Andrew Jackson and his extermination campaigns, or Woodrow Wilson), it was really in the 30's when FDR created most of the modern institutional racism with the New Deal, Social Security, Wagner Act, and so on: they all excluded as many blacks as possible from opportunities. But Republicans have been trying to wipe it out since the Civil War (and before). With the Republican civil rights acts of 1957, 1960 and 1964, and the Fair Housing Act of 1968, and Equal Employment Opportunity Act of 1972, there's pretty much no where for institutional racism to hide for many minorities. But not everything is hunky-dory. The Democrats were able to inject their institutional racism into the nations system using "stopping racism" as the excuse for more racism. So they created, "affirmative action" (anti-majority racism), quotas and other ways to keep their racism, but shift it from being racism against blacks, to racism against Asians and Whites (to benefit Blacks and Latino's). Look at any College Admission to a Liberal School and they'll have ways to use race as a qualifier. It's how fake Indian Elizabeth Warren was able to get into Harvard.


Anti-Asian racism at Harvard


Written: 2018.06.25