Systemic Racism Explained (video)

Yes, systemic racism is real. And people of color – African Americans, Latinos, Asians, and other minorities – face it every day.

Here is a simple explanation by of how systemic racism grew out of the roots of racism in the US.

Systemic racism explained

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Posted by NowThis Politics on Saturday, 5 October 2019

It explains how it affects people of color in every area of life, from school, to neighborhoods, job prospects and so on.

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