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What about areas, like cities, where blacks predominate? Can the powers that be, the blacks in this case, be racist?
And if race is based on hierarchy in the U.S. as you said, it is assumed you meant whites were at the top. Is this not a racist statement?
By any measurement of economic and political power, whites dominate our society.
Therefore, black people can be bigots, homophobes, misogynists or haters of any other group, but they can’t be racist.
I’m done with this subject; this last post will serve as an answer to all the angry people who e-mailed me, including the guy who quoted Webster (who was a white guy, too).