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We are opposed to racism in all forms—particularly, anti-Blackness, as described by Kihana Miraya Ross for the New York Times.* It is no longer acceptable to judge someone by the color of their skin, and we understand that the problem is not new, but rather structural. Anti-Blackness, the contempt of Black people (but not their labor or lucrative cultural contributions), is ingrained into the fiber of the state. But we will overturn that through radical movement, critical thought, and legislation.
The real work starts now.
* New York Times — Call It What It Is: Anti-Blackness by Kihana Miraya Ross