Are people afraid of telling black people that they’re wrong about police brutality, racism, and other issues in 2020?

These issues require a SCIENTIFIC approach and examination of the official data available.

NOT ANECDOTAL “evidence.”

It seems as if everyone is afraid of telling black people that the issue of police brutality against blacks isn’t as big of a deal as many seem to make it. The issue of racism is a big deal, but people are afraid of telling black people that it’s not as big of a deal as many are making it out to be is a death sentence, sometimes literally.

The racism existent a century ago has died out and remnants of it can be seen in certain parts of the US, by descendants of these racist perpetrators, but the vast majority of those alive in the US are not racist.

Institutions, laws, organizations, and other aspects of society have improved on all fronts, including when it comes to race, to the point that the police force of 2020 is ions of difference of the police of 1920.

If black people are wrong, we need to tell them they’re wrong. It doesn’t matter what the past looked for them, as that cannot be a justification for perpetuating everlasting fear and misinformation.

If Jews are wrong, we need to tell them that

If whites are wrong, same deal

If Hispanics are wrong, same deal.

Same with women.

Same with men.

Same with Asians
Are people afraid of telling black people that they’re wrong about police brutality, racism, and other issues in 2020?
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