Merriam-Webster defines “racism” as “racial prejudice or discrimination.”
Cambridge defines it as “the unfair treatment of someone because of his or her race”
The University of Missouri seems to define it as “business as usual.”
In an email regarding a “die-in” at U of M, they requested that “only people of color be the ones to [die].” Whites were told they could come but were asked to “stand holding hands in solidarity.”
Now, isn’t different treatment of people based solely on their skin color what these people are supposedly protesting against? So why are they, themselves, engaging in racial discrimination?
If it weren’t for double-standards, the left would have no standards at all.