Can racism be perpetuated even in the absence of unacknowledged intent?

From the book:

 

Race and Ethnicity in Society (the changing Landscape)

PP. part II 39-43; 67-77

PP. part III 81-101; 107-116

 

Can racism be perpetuated even in the absence of unacknowledged intent? (Use the readings to back up your answer.) Malcolm X once said he preferred overt racism (“the wolf”) to more covert/unacknowledged racism (“the fox”)—would you agree with him and with the sociologists you’ve read for this module that colorblind racism’s denial is more harmful than the more overt racism of the past? Why or why not?

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