But you don't have to go to social networks to corroborate racism in our countries. It is enough to watch television or the cabinets of ministers or remember school anecdotes or family jokes. If anything describes racism in Peru, it is that pyramidal mentality that mobile phone number list we all try to climb as best we can to reach that point of privilege where the "whites" live, the superior caste, model of success and beauty.
The white is not a skin but a way of being in mobile phone number list society: a way of thinking and of thinking of others from the tempting power and sweet hegemony. In each society, whiteness acquires specific indicators: certain surnames, phenotypes linked to hegemonic groups, their histories and their negotiations and miscegenations, social distancing mobile phone number list from minority groups. That is why the Domínguez of the comment that I quoted above can “serranear” Amancio (Andean surname). And Salgado can imagine the pattern of "Yupanqui" (indigenous last name).
Domínguez and Salgado are not light-skinned, mobile phone number list but they act like targets; at least until a commentator whose last name is Barth arrives and who has light skin (at least in the Facebook video game) and, therefore, the chromatic authority to remind Castro that his name is "cagón" and "pa concha" his surname "is Castro" (a common surname compared to Barth). No one "racially" insults Barth.