PLEASE NO BASHING OR FIGHTING.EVERYONE HAS AN OPINION AND I'M JUST ASKING FOR YOURS. NOT A BRAWL OR UNLADYLIKE BEHAVIOUR.SO PLEASE IF IT'S NOT NICE AND DOES NOT PERTAIN TO THE QUESTION ,JUST KEEP IT TO YOURSELF PLEASE? THIS IS AN HONEST POLL FOR CURIOUSITY SAKE.WE DEBATED THIS AT DINNER... SIO I TOLD MY FAMILY I WOULD POST IT AND WE COULD SEE HOW MANY REPLIES IT GETS AND WHO WAS RIGHT EVEN MAYBE?????
Answer by Lexylex at 6:35 AM on May. 29, 2009
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Answer by fireball1978 at 6:55 AM on May. 29, 2009
Here is my take on racism. For thousands of years races and cultures were almost completely separate from each other. It was common for someone to go their entire lives without seeing someone of another race. So they did not know about each other, were ignorant of each others' cultures and lives. Ignorance breeds fear, fear breeds hatred. Considering how long the human race has existed, the idea of other races living in the same community is still very new. And old ideas get passed around and taught as fact. Does that make racism OK? Hell no, racism is very, very wrong. But more and more people are seeing that. So while racism is alive and well in America, it is decreasing greatly every generation. America as a whole is no longer a racist nation, but it still has a lot of work to do to become as color blind as it needs to be.
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