Watch “Coleman Hughes: The Empirical Problems with Systemic Racism” on YouTube

Coleman Hughes takes us back to the origins of the term “systemic racism” and why it is so nebulous as to be nearly impossible to identify; and even if transiently verifiable, it is of very little value in making policy.

He makes a clear case that group guilt is a deplorable label and is the ultimate unfortunate outcome of group stereotypes applied to individuals.

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