"Systemic racism" may not mean what you think

Of particular concern to some on the right is the term “systemic racism,” often wrongly interpreted as an accusation that everyone in the system is racist. In fact, systemic racism means almost the opposite. It means that we have systems and institutions that produce racially disparate outcomes, regardless of the intentions of the people who work within them.

Radley Balko, There’s racial bias in our police systems. Here’s the overwhelming proof. - Washington Post

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