People are saying that whitelist/blacklist are etymologically not discriminatory and have nothing to do with races. You're probably correct, but there are modern connotations, so the etymology doesn't matter.
Everyone in the tech industry has come across the terms "whitelist"(desirable) and "blacklist"(undesirable). We should start deprecating this terms for less racially charged language, like "safelist", "blocklist". Tech can be less exclusionary @venikunche@EmmaBostian@ugonna_t
The system isn't "broken"; it has been intentionally evolved over hundreds of years to continue to legally oppress, harass, and kill Black Americans without consequences. All non-Black Americans have contributed to and benefited from this oppression. #BlackLivesMatter