social media racism
He's right. Most people don't know when they are being racist. I have stopped counting the number of times someone has begun
The kind of individualist framing inherent in shaming endeavors, though it certainly highlights the existence of deeply racist people, simultaneously hides the ways that racism is a key structural component of American culture, infiltrating its institutions, organizations, and citizens. This is detrimental to the larger antiracist project.
The most hateful tweeters in the United States tend to live in the eastern half of the country, according to a new map that pinpoints hate speech from Twitter across country.
According to our analysis: A majority of hateful tweets are coming from smaller towns and more rural areas. For example, some