We all know, and can generally identify, what “Racism” is and what it means and how it hurts all of us — but what is that thing some people call “Reverse Racism?”
“Reverse Racism,” in my observation, has been used by Whites to describe “Racist” treatment aimed at them by anyone with a darker skin color.
My question is this: Isn’t “Reverse Racism” just plain “Racism?”
What’s the point of adding “Reverse” to “Racism” — is it because one wants to make a political point instead of accurately defining a cultural and linguistic reality?
Racism is universal while “Reverse Racism” seems to be the pure domain of the thin-skinned, White-fleshed, temporary majority and, I might add — invoking “Reverse Racism” is a Racist act in itself.