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Racism in US Harder to Spot, Even Harder to Combat

In the 21st century, extreme bigotry – once expressed openly at events like Ku Klux Klan rallies – can often go unseen.  “We moved from a very overt kind of racism to covert racism, which is dangerous and insidious because it’s harder to call it out, and it’s harder to acknowledge it, and it’s easier not to acknowledge it," said University of Maryland sociologist Kris Marsh. The Internet offers those with extremist views a largely unmoderated place to vent their hate. ...

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