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Video: White people and 'the curse of racism
People hold signs during a demonstration in New York on July 14, 2013. Protests were held one day after a US jury found George Zimmerman not guilty of murdering unarmed black teen Trayvon Martin on February 26, 2012, in a racially charged trial that transfixed the country. The trial aroused strong passions among those who believed that Zimmerman -- a volunteer neighborhood watchman whose father is white and whose mother is Peruvian -- racially profiled and stalked Martin, and those convinced he acted in self-defense. Credit: AFP/Getty Images

Video: White people and 'the curse of racism

Racism: It's something most of us aren't guilty of, but nevertheless have been born into a society that still struggles with the concept.

In his latest video, PJTV's Alfonzo Rachel takes a hard look at racism and explains certain factors that make it difficult for America to get past racism -- even false accusations of racism:

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