n.— «Chester M. Pierce says that the society is unrelenting in teaching its white youth how to maximize the advantages of being on the offense toward Blacks. He further advances the notion that offensive mechanisms, “the small, continuous bombardments of micro-aggression by whites to blacks is the essential ingredient in race relations and race interactions.”» —“Offensive Mechanisms” by Chester M. Pierce The Black Seventies , 1970. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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