A melting pot, by design, to ensure blacks remain oppressed, Bermuda is made up of 181 islands 800 miles off of America. Like America, and every other colonized playground for whites, racism is etched into this colony's DNA, and remains the lifeblood for many of its inhabitants. Bermudians tend to distance ourselves from other nations to feel superior, (see: relationship with the Caribbean), and when the subject is racism or police brutality, we look the other way. Many refer to the systemic racism plaguing the island as a covert B6-13 organization, but this isn't the case. Racism, much like police brutality, resides on the shores of Bermuda, always present even if thinly veiled by a beautiful photo. Swipe left if you don't believe me.