Old news headlines relevant to the new ones: Defining implicit racism now is the same as yesterday

Updated: Dec 26, 2019

News headlines from 2015 reflect the same dilemma between African-American and White American interaction



ONME News Review (ONR) from Saturday, December 21 explores the use of the words of "Black" versus "African-American," finding that the stigma is mostly among White Americans who tend to view each label differently when referring to this particular ethnic group.


Furthermore ONR identifies headlines that show research of White Democrats and Republicans fearful of becoming the minority, and how such fears interact with racist ideals or implicit racism.


Vox news also created a short 3 minute video to explain the origins of racism in American.


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