I can think of an easier way.
Many people think racism has only to do with what you individually think in your head.
They have to—otherwise they have to contend with supporting and benefiting structural racism, and fighting to keep it that way.
For such people, racism is only ever about establishing personal innocence, rather than facing collective responsibility.
The biggest problem imaginable is admitting there’s a problem.
Strange so many Christians would flee confession and repentance.
Put another way
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