That systemic racism that puts the victims to shame

That systemic racism that puts the victims to shame
That systemic racism that puts the victims to shame

Just as as a feminist I cannot bear to hear that not all men are male chauvinists, I will not begin this reflection by saying that not all whites are racists, because it is a phrase that minimizes the experience of those who are discriminated against and denies reality: where racism it is systemic and institutional, we all have to deal with ours.

The suicide of the young footballer Seid Visin, who two years ago made public a letter in which he denounced the racism he suffered, is the ideal case to reflect, especially if placed alongside two other equally emblematic episodes.

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