unnamednewbie13 wrote:Is anybody here really saying "forget about black-on-asian racism?"
Not only is white-on-black racism worse than black-on-asian racism, apparently white-on-black racism is the cause of black-on-asian racism, neatly absolving the blacks of being racist.
unnamednewbie13 wrote:The trope failed to capture the reality of Black-Korean relations three decades ago, and it fails to capture the reality of anti-Asian bias today. A recent study finds that in fact, Christian nationalism is the strongest predictor of xenophobic views of COVID-19, and the effect of Christian nationalism is greater among white respondents, compared to Black respondents. Moreover, Black Americans have also experienced high levels of racial discrimination since the pandemic began. Hence, not only does the frame of two minoritized groups in conflict ignore the role of white national populism, but it also absolves the history and systems of inequality that positioned them there.