nine levels of racism

zero: not racist at all
who: people living in total isolation from the imaginary concept of race
example: young children and sentinelese

one: individuals aware of race
who: people confused about race by mass media bombardment
example: everyone not mentioned in other levels

two: individuals motivated by trauma
who: people who were traumatized by another race member
example: south african farmers

three: individual racists
who: people who accept that they are in some way racist
example: your childhood friend after three beers

four: organized covert racist signaling
who: organizations with propaganda featuring hidden racist messages out of hope or stupidity
example: most twenty year old hollywood films

five: marketing organizations
who: organizations selling low quality products thinking this is good enough for other races
example: most big brand cheap consumer products

six: exploitative organizations
who: organizations which exploit resources of other races
example: most big companies

seven: mass media direct racist messaging
who: mass media repeating racial stereotypes suggesting other races are inferior
example: most TV stations

eight: covert institutional racism
who: institutions which systematically enforce racism against official laws
example: race targeted police brutality

nine: institutional racism
who: institutions which enforce racism with official laws
example: all governments