How to tell if your neighbor is racist and should be removed

RACISM is a word that has been used in a derogatory manner to describe blacks.

However, a new survey found that many white people think it is okay to use it.

The study, conducted by the American Civil Liberties Union, found that whites were “slightly more likely than blacks to believe that racists are not a serious threat.”

It also found that white people are less likely than black people to think that a black person should be banned from a neighborhood.

That’s not to say that there are no racists in America.

But, according to the survey, white people were far more likely to think it was a legitimate concern to say, “racists are not welcome in our neighborhoods.”

The study also found the use of the word “racist” is more likely in the United States today than in the 1970s.

But the survey found a clear racial divide in how Americans view the word, and how they use it to describe their neighbors.

White people are far more comfortable saying it’s okay to call someone a racist than black or Hispanic people.

That means white people who say they use the word in a positive way are more likely, and more likely still, to be heard than their black or Latino counterparts.

For example, white respondents are more than twice as likely to use the term “racist,” compared to black respondents, when describing black people in a negative way.

Black people, on the other hand, are less apt to use that word.

According to the study, the majority of white Americans believe that it is a legitimate problem to say people in their neighborhood are racist.

However in the same poll, only 41 percent of white people said they were not racist in a situation in which they were being racist.

That is not surprising given the history of the use and use of racism by white Americans.

For decades, white Americans have been more likely then blacks to think the term racist was not a valid concern, but that it was still “a valid concern for many whites to use.”

In recent years, the racial divide has widened even further.

According the survey results, the number of white respondents who use the racial term racist in an example is twice as high as black respondents.

And, even though whites are more apt to say it is OK to use racial terms, they are less than as likely as black or Hispanics to say the same about their neighbors in a similar situation.