If you have ever been tagged as a racist, you have probably felt as if you have no choice but to take the blame.
It’s hard to avoid that label, especially in the wake of the white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia.
But how do you know if someone is a racist?
There are a few things you can do to make sure they aren’t.
Here are three tips to help you avoid the label in the future.1.
Use a tool that can tell you the truthAbout the first thing you need to do when identifying a racist is to find a tool to help identify them.
There are plenty of tools out there, like the Red Hat Diversity Report, the Twitter Anti-Racist tool, or the White Nationalist Facebook page, but these tools aren’t going to do much to identify a racist if they are based in an area that has little to no racism.
You can also use a tool like this, which uses statistics to help spot racism.
Talk to someone directlyBefore you start labeling someone a racist or engaging in other forms of shaming, ask them to talk to you first.
If you can, try to find someone you know and ask them about their background, race, or ethnicity.
This can help to understand their background and identity and help you identify potential triggers for them.3.
Be honestWhen you are dealing with a racist on a social media platform, be honest.
When it comes to dealing with people on Twitter, a lot of racist behavior is attributed to the hashtag #whitegenocide, which has been trending on the platform for over a week.
The hashtag was created in response to the white genocide of Native Americans, and is being used to discuss the recent events in Charlottesville.
Keep it civilThe best way to avoid a racist label is to keep it civil.
Some people are racist, but not all of them.
You have to be aware of who is and isn’t racist and don’t take it personally if someone disagrees with you.
Sometimes, a racist can simply be someone who has a bias against you.
If you feel that way, be aware that you can still be labelled a racist because of their race, nationality, ethnicity, or religion.