­Diabetic Cyborg Life 02/05: Unconscious Racism

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I can’t help but point out to everyone that unconscious racism is still racism, you can consciously address it. Desiring to change your unconscious racism is a worthy thing, yet your actions still being racist is not good. Calling out someone’s racism or trying to make them see it is not reverse racism as many racists believe.

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Muslim, Optimist, History/Poli. Sci. Prof. with no class. COVID Boosted 💉8/25 & 2/2 💍 on 10/6 & 1/17 https://adamdiabeticcyborg.substack.com/p/coming-soon?r=1

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Adam, Diabetic Cyborg

Adam, Diabetic Cyborg

Muslim, Optimist, History/Poli. Sci. Prof. with no class. COVID Boosted 💉8/25 & 2/2 💍 on 10/6 & 1/17 https://adamdiabeticcyborg.substack.com/p/coming-soon?r=1

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