Why are conservatives reluctant to accept systemic racism?

Maybe I who is someone who is pretty conservative can explain their reasoning behind this:
What I think the reason would be is that they tend to believe systemic racism is usually just a proxy for systemic change and overhauling of current cultural institutions and values. Which directly goes against conservative values.
It’s also isn’t a crazy thought because this is exactly what many progressives want to do.

I believe it and don’t think it necessarily follows from belief in systemic racism. Do we need to fix aspects of some of our institutions? Of course, but we don’t need to overhaul them.
Just remember this next time you talk to an conservative who denies the reality of systemic racism and try to tailor to their values to try to convince them out of it. End thread.
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