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We Can’t Have War Without Racism. We Can Have a World Without Both.

By Robert Fantina / World Beyond War The U.S. military encourages terms such as “camel jockey” or “raghead” to demean freedom fighters in the deserts of the Middle East. And all the while it proclaims itself a beacon of freedom and democracy, a fairy tale not believed much outside its own borders.
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