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An example of anti-whiteness. In 2017 BLM activist Ashleigh Shackelford a self-described speaker and “trainer” said that all white people are racists. Not stopping there, Shackelford went on to add that she doesn’t even see white people as “human.” “So even when you’re on your path to trying to figure out how to be a better human being, I believe that white people are born into not being human [laughs],” she said.[1]

Anti-White, when discussing race, is negative views and/or actions against Whites.


The National Justice Party protest against anti-White terror in Waukesha, Wisconsin, 27 November 2021[2]
  • This awkward concept of anti-White discrimination now plays itself out in campus rebellions against white nationalist speakers at schools. — Lincoln Anthony Blades, Teen Vogue, 20 July 2017
  • The lone remaining anti-statue vote, who did not face re-election, was Vice Mayor Wes Bellamy, who recently had to leave his high-school teaching job over a history of bigoted, anti-White tweets. — Holman W. Jenkins, WSJ, 18 August 2017
  • Hate crimes in the U.S. rose about 6 % last year, fueled by an increase in anti-Asian, anti-Black and anti-White incidents, according to FBI statistics released Monday, reaching levels not seen in more than a decade. — Aruna Viswanatha, WSJ, 30 August 2021
  • “The Democrats have moved from anti-Black racism to anti-White racism. There’s something in the DNA of the Democratic Party that requires it to be fascinated with skin color. It may go back to the fact that it was the party of slavery. It was the party of segregation. It’s kind of hard to know.” — Newt Gingrich, former House speaker, in November 2021

See also

Further reading

  • L. Lecci/J. D. Johnson: Black anti-White attitudes – The influence of racial identity and the Big Five. Personality and Individual Differences, 2008

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