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The glaring problem to me lies in Moore's unequal application of his own definition of racism:
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Moore-Jackson Cemetery is a historic cemetery located in the Woodside section of the New York City borough of Queens, active from before 1733 to at least 1868. It is one of only a few colonial era cemeteries in New York City and was designated as a New York City landmark in 1997. Surnames on extant tombstones include Moore, Jackson, Fish, Rapelye, Hallet, Mecke, and Berrian.
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