Jones, William R. “Toward a New Paradigm for Uncovering Neo-Racism.” Soul Work; Anti-racist Theologies in Dialogue. ed. Marjorie Bowens-Wheatley and Nancy Palmer Jones. Boston: Skinner House, 2003. p.157.
“Dismantling a social structure, even reducing it to rubble, does not obliterate its effects. Nor do diversity policies. Direct institutional discrimination produces predictable effects – a variety of social defects, deficits, disabilities and disadvantages that can be manipulated indirectly to conserve and preserve historic oppression. This indirect connection between past and continuing discrimination is easily established by selecting a variable other than race that remains casually and institutionally linked to racism.”