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:
(5) Community of worshipers, which is the social group that shares the beliefs and practices of the racist religion; the racist community may be a church, a tribe (and their practice is tribalism), a gang (whether respectable, like the apartheid government of South Africa, or ignoble, e.g. the Skinheads or Ku Klux Klan), or a nation (in which case the civil religion becomes known as fascism). …”
~ Samuel Koranteng- Pipim, Must We Be Silent? : Issues Dividing Our Church, p. 324