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Woman asks if it's okay to send man's racist posts to his boss instead of confronting him.

Woman asks if it's okay to send man's racist posts to his boss instead of confronting him.

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As protests in support of the Black Lives Matter movement continue across the U.S. and the world, some people are holding members of their own social circles more accountable for everyday racism. But when you see someone you know being racist, it can be difficult to know what the right course of action is.

One woman has taken to Reddit to ask for advice. She's been watching an acquaintance post racist things online and she wants to send them to his boss so that he will face repercussions at work. But she isn't sure if that's an a-hole move.

She specifies that his posts have been blatantly racist:

Someone in my Facebook friendlist has been posting abhorrent racist contents against black people ever since the movement started (posts that implying black people have a lower IQ than other races, using dehumanizing curse words in our native language to describe black people as a whole, etc...).

Sources: Reddit
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