Cancel mob thirst for stolen status, not social justice

Last month, Edward Livingston, deputy editor of the Journal of the American Medical Association, raised a question on a podcast that many of us would find reasonable. He questioned the usefulness of the term structural racism in describing American society, a term which often carries the implication that all white people are, by definition, racist. Structural racism is an unfortunate term he said. Personally, I think taking racism out of the conversation will help. Many people like myself are offended by the implication that we are somehow racist.
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