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My parents were anti-racists and as a child they taught me many things not to say, not to sing, not to do that were racist. They also taught me many things to do to try to rid myself and my world of racism. To be honest I don't remember what they had to say about the nursery rhyme "Ten Little Indians." I remember the rhyme, but I don't remember most of the words. However, I do remember the ending. Anyway, this may not be the biggest news of the day, but it is "little" things like what is described below that help spread the culture of racism and white supremacy which is backed up materially by white skin privilege.
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