34 Reasons Why an Author Reflecting on Bigotry Might Not Name the Bigot

The author’s real reason isn’t always obvious

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Now and again (and again, and again, and again), a person notices that a certain remark or screed is bigoted. Sometimes, the wisest course is to ignore and forget the bigotry and thereby starve it of oxygen — but not always. Often, the affected person wants or needs to…

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