What then is racism? What is problematic about reducing racism to simply the bad things some people think and do?

What then is racism? What is problematic about reducing racism to simply the bad things some people think and do? 2) The authors argue that to have grown up in racially segregated communities is to learn a great deal about race. How? What kinds of things do we learn? 3) What is intersectionality? Choose a few of your other social group memberships (class, gender, sexuality, religion) and describe how they influence how you experience race.