Racism = prejudice + power, thoughts?Watch
What do you think about it being used to disregard people's experiences of something that falls directly under the dictionary definition of racism, solely because of their skin colour?
Aren't you meaning institutional racism?
I've read someone saying that, for example, reverse discrimination doesn't exist for sexism, meaning men cannot possibly be discriminated against based on sexism.
I have a very good real-life example:
In Hong Kong, there are a lot of parents looking for tutors for their children online. Yet, regardless of the sex of their children, many of those parents look exclusively for female tutors for any and all subjects for any and all year levels. How could that possibly be not sexism? Do tutors with a vagina teach better?
You are either disingenuous or need to invest in a decent dictionary - I'll stick with my Oxford English Dictionary which defines racism as: "1) belief in the superiority of a particular race, 2) discrimination against other races, 3) belief that human abilities are determined by race."
No mention of power relationships there. You can't just drive a horse and cart through the English language and expect to be taken seriously.