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Local view: Subtle racism can hurt more

Published 12/09/2012, Duluth News Tribune

An effigy of the president hung with a noose, a blackface Halloween costume, and blackface make-up antics preserved and shared through social media: these are the kind of things that are easy to identify as racism. They are overt, public and clearly cross the line. In the study of racism, they are considered macro-aggressions.

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