Anti-colonial theorist, revolutionary, and psychiatrist Frantz Fanon argued in Black Skin, White Masks that colonized people are conditioned to view white colonial culture as the standard for humanity.
Fanon had not yet fully grasped the class dimensions of colonialism in Black Skin, White Masks.
The mainly white Yang Gang was immediately enamored at the idea of an extra $1,000 in their pockets.
Yang’s attempt to get out in front of anti-Asian racism provides insight into the Democratic Party’s own variation of white supremacist political thought.
White supremacy in the United States takes on a particularly pernicious form in the 21st century within the Democratic Party.