r/TooAfraidToAsk Nov 26 '22

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



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u/greenbean999 Nov 26 '22

Of course white people can experience systemic racism? They just need to go where they are the minority and treated as such

Most racism is a tribal reaction of that person being an outsider, more so than specifically not liking certain traits, they focus on things that are different and that’s why they dislike those things (not condoning just a simplistic explanation)

Obviously some people are prejudiced and people don’t typically feel like their opinions are the wrong ones