Discrimination is indeed alive and well today whether we believe it or not. Having lived in two continents, I have experienced all kinds of discriminations. If it is not about your skin color (colour) it is about nationality, tribe, geographic location, language, accent, educational status, economic status, family, etc. Unfortunately we see this even in entities where people have the same high credentials and qualifications. What I do, I don't let it bother me at all unless it is affecting me psychologically or physically. If not, I let it pass and ask the Lord to handle it. If the discrimination is really affecting or any other person, I will assess the situation and determine the possible reaction if I bring it up. I will have several plans in place for the next step if it backfired and may face possible repercussion for bringing up the issue. I will use the most polite and acceptable approach while backings up my claims with prove from e.g. recordings, notes, witnesses etc. I will also compile the specifics, all the minor and major details of the act of discrimination, answering 5Ws (what, where, when, why, who) and H (how). I will follow the appropriate hierarchy until the matter is handled. Discrimination is not acceptable and somebody should stop it because the practice will continue if no one brings it to a stop; but must done so in a very diligent manner.