Prejudice plus (Institutional) Power¶
A childlike Lacan-esque way to explain the hideous complexity of racism in formulaic terms.
A classic example of single-cause fallacy (oversimplification). The inflammatory phrase was coined by Patricia Bidol in her 1970 book “Developing New Perspectives on Race: An Innovative Multi-media Social Studies Curriculum in Racism Awareness for the Secondary Level”. It was popularized eight years later in British “thought leader” Judith Katz‘s “White Awareness: Handbook for Anti-Racism Training”.