White Supremacist and the N-Word: The Failure of This “Both Sides” Argument

There’s a difference between calling someone a white supremacist and calling someone the “N-word.” To say they are the same is a false equivalent; this is not a “both sides” argument.

The N-word is rooted in a belief in white supremacy. It’s a racial slur used against people racialized as Black and so painfully powerful that it goes by a euphemism.

The word was created to keep people of African descent down; the other word, white supremacy, was created to justify giving Europeans the upper hand and the right to rule over those redefined as “people of color.”

Don’t listen to Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene, who recently

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