By Robb Lippitt
The banality of systemic racism
In considering the Holocaust, Hannah Arendt wrote of the “banality of evil”, the notion that evil comes not only from a person with a gun but also from those who uphold systems and structures which enable that person. Most Germans never killed a Jew themselves. Most never shattered a window on Kristallnacht, or turned their…
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