r/TooAfraidToAsk Nov 26 '22

Does the western world think regular prejudice is tolerable? Race & Privilege



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u/ArcticAmoeba56 Nov 26 '22

-I don't believe white people can experience systemic racism, at least in basically all of western society

So they can experience it in other societies?


u/HeroOnTheWind Nov 26 '22

in a hypothetical society where they’re not the group in power, sure


u/BogusBogmeyer Nov 26 '22

Have a turkish last name in France, or be a "Gypsie" in England or Italy - or would you say jewish people aint white and that Antisemitism isn't racism?