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  18. Here are a few talking points / springboards for the OpKKK Tweetstorm on November 4 2015. We believe in the power of public discourse and we would like to discuss race, racism, racial terror, the internet & how it intersects with freedom of speech/expression in the United States. Please make your voice heard. We know that talking about race and racism will never be comfortable for all people. However, we must deal with the elephant in the room and talk our way through messy, painful experiences. Our goal is to create an OpKKK community of both respect and support in which we can discuss difficult topics openly and honestly. . We will never move beyond our present circumstance if we do not listen to one another and also be heard by one another. Please use hashtags #OpKKK and #HoodsOff when you tweet.
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  21. How would you define race?
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  23. How many races do you think there are? What are they?
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  25. Where do you feel your ideas about race come from? What are your sources of information?
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  27. What race do you identify with most?
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  29. What is ethnicity?
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  31. What various ethnicities do we have in our world?
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  33. What is your ethnicity?
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  35. How long do you think the idea of race has been floating around? Where did it come from?
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  37. What are some of the ways that race has been used to rationalize inequality among people?
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  39. How has race been used to shift attention (and responsibility) away from oppressors and towards the targets of oppression?
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  41. What is racism?
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  43. What are the causes of racism?
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  45. What racial stereotypes do we hold in our heads? What are the things we think but do not say? Do you act on these beliefs? How do you know?
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  47. What is terrorism?
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  49. What is racial terrorism?
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  51. What is dehumanization?
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  53. What is hate?
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  55. What is Freedom of Speech?
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  57. When is free speech not free?
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  59. What is needed to have open and honest public conversations about race, racism and racial terror?
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  61. What should the public norms be for discussing race and racism in a community setting?
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  63. What is the difference between the intent of our words and the impact of our words?
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  65. What is the harm of hate speech?
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  67. How do you balance a community's best interest and an individual's civil liberties? Is it possible to protect both without infringing upon either?
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  69. Can hate speech be dealt with socially versus legally?
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  71. Unpack some of the stereotypes you have been taught. What have you been taught or told to believe about other racial/ethnic groups?
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  73. Most people today say they consciously reject racist attitudes and behavior. However, subtle forms of racism now flourish where over racism once were. Is this an improvement?
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  75. What are the complexities of an interracial identity?
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  77. Has someone from outside of your race ever called you a racial slur? What was this experience like?
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  79. What is the difference between biological and social views of race?
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  81. Who has benefited from the belief that there are biologically based differences between racial groups?
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  83. Has someone from inside of your race ever called you a racial slur? What was this experience like?
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  85. Has a teacher/supervisor etc ever called you a racial slur? What was this experience like?
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  87. What are your thoughts about how victims of racism and bigotry feel when victimized?
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  89. What is your level of comfort in participating in public discussions about race?
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  91. What are your personal views about the N word?
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  93. What are the boundaries of free speech?
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  95. What are hate groups trying to accomplish when they use the internet to publicize their ideas?
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  97. Do you think community discourse about race and racism are important?
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  99. How does the internet impact issues of free speech? hate speech? fighting words?
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  101. Do you think it is significant that hate groups like the KKK use the internet to express their ideas?
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  103. Why do some people do hateful things to one another on the internet?
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  105. Why is it important to carefully examine information placed on the internet?
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  107. How do stereotypes impact the way in which we see the world (bias)? How does this bias impact interactions with others?
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  109. Share a story of witnessing racism. How did it make you feel?
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  111. Share a story of experiencing racism. How did it make you feel?
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  113. When did you first encounter the KKK (online, media, or IRL)? How did it make you feel?
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  115. What sort of hate speech on the internet is not protected by the 1st Amendment?
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  117. Why do hate crimes occur?
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  119. When groups like the KKK commit crimes against the public, should they be hate crimes or terrorism?
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  121. What can we do to prevent the spread of hate-motivated behavior?
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  123. How do hate crimes impact your local community?
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  125. Can a hate crime be committed with words alone?
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  127. Can hate crime laws be used against hate on the internet?
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  129. What value do you place on free speech?
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  131. What speech on the internet is protected?
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  133. Some people believe people belong to distinct racial categories. Other people think we belong one race - the human race. What are your thoughts about this?
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  135. Should members of hate groups be allowed to serve the public?
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  137. What is hate speech? What is bullying? When does hate speech become bullying?
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  139. Do you feel your government does a sufficient job protecting its people from victimization by hate groups?
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  141. How do you handle hate speech when you encounter it?
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  143. In what ways can we combat racism and discrimination?
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  145. What do you think of interracial marriages
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  147. What are your thoughts on the state of race relations in the United States?
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  149. If you are originally from another country, is there a lot of racism in your home country? How does America differ?
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  151. Name one way you can combat racism.
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  153. Have you ever been hurt by racism? How?
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  155. Tweets about your thoughts, beliefs and/or questions about race/racism
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  157. Which country has the most racism?
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  159. Racism and homophobia - is one worse than the other?
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  161. How would you explain racism to children?
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  163. What does a world without racism look like?
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  165. Is it racist to use the term "white" to describe European Americans?
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  167. Is it racist to use the term "non-white" to describe African Americans?
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  169. Can anyone be racist, regardless of ethnicity?
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  171. Why is talking about race and racism uncomfortable?
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  173. Is it racist for sports teams to use terms like "Redskins" "Indians" and "Braves"?
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  175. Does the existence of Black, Latino, and Asian student groups combat racism, reinforce separatism, both, or neither?
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  177. What is racial profiling and how does it impact your life?
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  179. If profiling on the basis of race is wrong, is it also wrong to profile on the basis of gender?
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  181. In cases of adoption, should agencies try to match the race of children with the race of the potential adoptive parents?
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  183. Is it wrong to have an all-Black student dormitory? What about an all-White dormitory? Does the answer depend upon minority-
  184. majority status?
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  186. How does free speech on the internet play out where you live and where you spend your time online?
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  188. What are the responsibilities of social media platforms to draw the line between fostering free speech and harboring hate?
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  206. Free speech is a beautiful thing, although it is sometimes infuriating. We hope to hear your voice.
  207. With love,
  208. @Operation_KKK
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