Have Fun: Solve Some of Racism’s Puzzles!

Puzzled by which definition of “Racism” best describes that word?

racism (rā′sĭz″əm) – Noun

  1. The belief that race accounts for differences in human character or ability and that a particular race is superior to others.
  2. Discrimination or prejudice based on race.
  3. The belief that each race has distinct and intrinsic attributes.

- Source: The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

Racing to find just the right words can be fun and inspirational (if you’re John Wayne) or frustrating and sad (if you’re Kamala Harris, the expert in incomprehensible word salads.)

And now here’s your chance to find just some of the many things Liberal Progressive Socialist Democrats have labeled “Racist!”, thanks to my latest Word Search Puzzles! They’re completely FREE, so download and enjoy!

Puzzle Name
(Click the link)
Description Puzzle Solution
(Click the link)
1 Everything’s Racist! Find the 26 items called “Racist!” by Liberals, from an article by Not The Bee Solution
2 Everything’s STILL Racist! Want more? Discover 28 MORE things Liberals have labeled “Racist!”, from Tucker Carlson’s List of 100 Racist Things. Solution

What better way to pass the time while watching the collapse of America’s banking industry, economy, foreign policy, and major cities all thanks to Joe Biden, the most popular president in history (whose approval rating is also collapsing) and his fellow Democrats?

(Actually, if you’re truly serious about “solving” racism, scroll down to see a better way to spend your time ;-) )

If you like these why not take a look at dozens of free puzzles I’ve already created? There’s even one for the most dedicated word search fan containing 273 hidden words.

All the puzzles are absolutely free, so why not download some and enjoy finding words Joe Biden might have trouble finding himself? Just click the image at the right to view the entire list of my word search puzzles!

As always, I’ll add new puzzles when the mood strikes me, so be sure to check back when the mood strikes you ;-)

Click here for Free Word Search Puzzles!

“If everything’s racist, then nothing is.”
- The MUSEman’s very smart young relative, sometime in 2018

“Racism is color blind: Those who assign a color to racism are racists.”
- The MUSEman, March 25, 2023

If you’re truly serious about “solving” racism, read on:

The chart on the right is “Aspects & Assumptions of Whiteness & White Culture in the United States”, from the National Museum of African American History & Culture (NMAAHC) at the Smithsonian.

Click the image to enlarge it, look it over, then try the following:

  1. Select one Aspect or Assumption from the chart.
    • Did the Aspect or Assumption you selected ever apply to people of color? If so, when?

    • If you feel that the Aspect or Assumption you selected is “racist”, and you know black people who have it, would they be “racist” or just exhibiting “Human Nature”?

    • If that “racist” Aspect or Assumption never applied to black people or doesn’t apply to black people today, can other races learn how to change?

  2. The chart on “White Culture” is presumed to have been written by people of color, because the majority of the NMAAHC’s top leadership are black (The Director, 10 of 13 Curators, 24 of 31 members of the Museum Council, and 13 of 14 members of the Scholarly Advisory Committee).
    • What might a similar chart look like if White people created one titled “Aspects & Assumptions of Blackness & Black Culture in the United States”?

    • Who would decide if the chart was “accurate”? White people?

    • Would the chart be labeled “racist” by people of color?

    • Would there be any differences between this chart and the chart at the right? If so, what would they be, and why?

    • Is it possible to create a single chart (or document) that would list “Aspects & Assumptions of People & Human Culture” in the United States? Or in the entire World?

    • Does a single chart (or document) already exist (for example, America’s Founding Documents, or the United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights)?

    • Can “Racism” ever be eliminated, or is it just Human Nature?

Chart: "Aspects & Assumptions of Whiteness & White Culture in the United States"

I only pose these questions as Food for Thought: I don’t have the answers to these questions, and these aren’t even all the questions one could ask. But, imagine a society where people of color were the majority and White people were the minority: Could one say such a society would be free of racism?

Before you answer that question, consider South Africa.

Thanks for reading!

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