People don’t like to talk about racism, so I made up another word we can use — race-schism. I define it as: The belief (whether conscious or unconscious) that people are different because of skin color.
I recently wrote a book about race in America. Much of the response to it has shown me that even today, society expects people not to express their grief and pain over America’s racist past. Race schism is still producing deep color-based divisions in society.
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