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The Washington Post has released a guide for "fellow white people" detailing "what to do when you're called racist."
The guide is written by Rebecca Hains, who is described as "a professor of media and communication at Salem State University, where she also serves as a faculty fellow for diversity, power dynamics and social justice."
From The Washington Post, "Dear fellow white people: Here's what to do when you're called racist.":
Even white people who consider themselves good allies of people of color can be unaware of their racial biases. From public figures to pundits to public intellectuals to politicians, it's a pervasive, bipartisan, international problem. [...]This is the only proper response:
Anything other than intense, relentless groveling and apologizing is white supremacy.
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