God “..hath made of one blood all nations of men for to dwell on all the face of the earth” Acts 17:26
Racism, in the purest sense of discrimination against another person due to race, is incredibly low in the United States. According to Eric Kaufmann of the Manhattan Institute, less than 10% of Americans are actually truly bigoted. In fact, when compared to the world at large, the United States is very racially tolerant.
Yet many Americans would be surprised to learn that our country doesn’t have as terrible a time with race relations as is often assumed.
There are several reasons for this. A big one, according to Wilfred Reilly, assistant professor of political science at Kentucky State University, is that the media talks about race and racism overly much.
Reilly says: “Mentions of terms such as ‘racists’ and ‘racism’ have increased by hundreds of percent across virtually every major news outlet since…
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