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Some racist terms have been included in the American vocabulary for so long that many who use them are often clueless about their origins. In some cases, these are colloquialisms that denigrate minority groups; in others, these are neutral words that have historically taken on harmful meanings when applied to members of certain groups. In most situations, the word "boy" is not a problem. Used to describe a Black man, however, the word is troublesome. That's because historically, White people routinely described Black men as boys to suggest they weren't on equal footing with them. Both during and after enslavement , Black people weren't viewed as full-fledged people but as mentally, physically, and spiritually inferior beings to White people.
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Alana Wise. During a campaign rally over the weekend, President Trump used the term "kung flu" to describe the deadly coronavirus pandemic, to cheers from the audience. The White House on Monday denied any malicious intent behind President Trump's use of the racist term "kung flu" this weekend to describe the deadly coronavirus pandemic, saying that the president had no "regrets putting the onus back on China" for the deadly virus. It is an indictment of China for letting this virus get here," White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany said at the Monday news briefing.
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