Just noticed this in my feed. Apologies for the delay.
Terms like 'systemic racism', 'institutional racism' and 'implicit bias' have straightforward definitions that are fairly well-established.
Anyway, here's your definition, followed by a clear example of systemic racism.
Justice is achieved when people get what they deserve, for better or for worse--economically, procedurally, politically, judicially, whatever.
I find that it’s really important to distinguish justice from charity--particularly in the context of conversations around systemic justice.
This is nonsense. I cannot emphasis this enough--complete and utter nonsense.
Please let me know if you need further clarification.