Well, I guess literally it's the struggle against racism and oppression. In a more practical sense, it embodies the tenets here: http://resistracism.wordpress.com/racism-101/
Originally Posted by rhodey
So you don't believe that, say, a Korean-American shopowner who follows a young Black girl around her store is racist? White supremacy = racism for sure, but racism = white supremacy?
I say racist white supremacist since I feel they are one in the same.
Actually, I'm coming at it from white society's POV. The problem the majority of whites seem to have with contemporary anti-racism is that they are wholly unsure of what the rules are, save one: ALWAYS defer to the darker person.
Good point here. I do feel that if nonwhites all practiced counter racist code the business racism white supremacy would be greatly impaired. However how can this be done when many cannot see the problem for what it is , cant agree on what it is, and/or are easily confused by it's "complexity". In my opinion they only way is by following the logic and then coming to your own conclusion. As of now I feel many nonwhites are not doing this.
Sadly, many will never acknowledge racism persists, even though it most certainly does. All the programs, legislation, etc. likely won't change that - only make the consequences of acting in a racist manner more severe. I do, however, think that more people are opening their eyes to the fact that much of the wealth that white people enjoy had been built - and continues to be built - on exploitation of darker shades of people in various far-removed parts of the world.
I feel it goes back to attempting to prove to white people that racism white supremacy exists. I suspect that is an insane/illogical endeavor for a nonwhite to undertake. I suspect (but cant prove) that white people know their place in this world and that white supremacy racism absolutely "make(s) sense" to THEM.
"Tattooed men who are not behind bars are either latent criminals or degenerate aristocrats. If someone who is tattooed dies in freedom, then he does so a few years before he would have committed murder." -- Adolf Loos