Discussions about racism require an understanding of how society, institutions, and culture perpetuate inequity. john a. powell frames these forces as “structural racialization,” or, in his words, “the set of practices, cultural norms, and institutional arrangements that are both reflective of and simultaneously help to create and maintain racialized outcomes in society.”
Other ideas discussed include "structural marginalization" and the solution to it: "structural inclusion."
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