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  • Anthroposophy is certainly not "anti-racist". Anti-racism does not mean being against racism, it means more than that. It includes their solution also. Personal definitions don't matter. What matters are anti-racist ideology definitions. Ibram X. Kendi definitions: “anti-racism” means supporting and instituting policies and ideas that LEVEL racial disparities of socio-economic outcome, while “racism” consists of any policy or idea that results in racial inequity.

    You cannot "LEVEL" so-called racial disparities without discriminating against white people solely on their race. The anthroposophical solution is rising above ethnic group characteristics to become unique individuals as explained in C14 of TPOF. Seeing the individual more so than the race is a form of "colorblindness" that anti-racists despise. 

    The Anthroposophical Society needs to make a statement opposing "anti-racism" as racist, which it is.

    See this: Defining Racism Up: Ibram X. Kendi’s Weird Definition of Anti-racism
    https://newdiscourses.com/2020/07/defining-racism-ibram-kendi-weird...

    Defining Racism Up: Ibram X. Kendi’s Weird Definition of Anti-racism
    Kendi’s central intellectual contribution has been a redefinition of “racism” and how it works.
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