Why is racism generally considered to be a WASP issue or at least is treated as such in the...
general media? As someone who has been in the customer service industry I could make some strong arguments concerning other groups equally as culpable.
Racism is a subject that is approached much too broadly. In today's environment, people make a living off of racism or the suggestion there of just as there are a number of folks who are extremely vocal about the environment who are more in business to make money from the on-going controversy. In no way do they want the controversy to go away. So is the case with racism. For years, now key figures in the African-American sector have stirred the pot of racial strife at every opportunity and then moved into the middle of the situation with offers to make the problem go away if the money is right. When this occurs in corporations or organizations, these opportunist collect money from the companies or organization to smooth the situation and basically make it go away. The people involved getting nothing out of monetarily or in terms of the injustice, if one was actually committed. Racism, in its true form, is ugly and no individual or organization in their right mind wants anything to do with carrying it out. Sadly, it will always exist to some degree as will the prejudices and jealousies between people. As a society we need to learn to recognize opportunist and their attempts to gain financially from these situations. WB
by Rob Winters 6 years ago
What is generally considered a good score for an individual hub?What to you personally feel is a good score for an individual hub?
by Amanda L Harrison 2 years ago
Is racism a bigger issue now or human equality? what is the next issue to face you directly?
by N E Wright 7 years ago
It is to me. It is nauseating mostly, because most people really do get how racist they come off. I have a son, and he is starting to question this racist crap, and I just do not want to explain this stuff to him yet. Again, this -- pretend issue -- is nauseating.What are your thoughts?
by Caitlyn Booth 2 years ago
Why is saying #AllLivesMatter considered racist?I see this everywhere: on Twitter, on forums, and on the news. I am asking this out of pure curiosity and confusion, because I don't see anything racist about the statement/hashtag.
by Zubair Ahmed 7 years ago
The first Black man to become president of US and now gets the chance to meet the Queen and be treated equal like the white masters that enslaved his ancestors. (1) Is this the end of racism? (2) Are we all equal in this world? and (3) will we ever see a black Prime Minister in the UK?
by Mick Maven 8 years ago
It has come to my attention that some people in this world have been treating the global health issue of obesity as if it were a capital crime. For example, some people sometimes don’t like to hang out or communicate with over-weight people because of their weight. We also falsely accuse them of...
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