The Institutionalization of Institutional Racism

Unherd
April 12, 2021

Charges of “institutional racism” are the evidence-free, all-purpose tool for ending meaningful discussion about disparities between ethnic groups. In Unherd, Douglas Murray argues that the problem with such accusations is not just their predictability and inaccuracy, but also that they distract from genuine attempts to investigate the complex questions surrounding race. 

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