Q: Why is racism a religion?
A: “As a religion, racism shares all the essential characteristics of every other religion (secular or supernatural). Thus, racism has its own:
(3) Practices, which are the active observable sides of a religion (and may include acts of discrimination, violence, segregation, etc. and may involve rituals and ceremonies, such as wearing a special kind of clothing or hair style). …”
~ Samuel Koranteng- Pipim, Must We Be Silent? : Issues Dividing Our Church, p. 324