What is the most important thing we can do to combat prejudice and discrimination? Why?
- Educate people from childhood, in order to prevent as much as possible discrimination by future generations.
- Hard punishment for people of today who discriminate other people... laws should become very severe, so that we can pass a message: discrimination is untolerable in our modern society.
You can't change human nature, it is primitive and basic.
That is just the way humans are wired, and if you look at recorded history you will see it over and over again.
Babies come into the world knowing love and giving love through their innocent trust.
Hate is taught. Hate is learnt. Prejudice is everywhere both consciously and unconsciously. Broading our contact with the unfamiliar in a steady safe way is one way to go and that can start to happen not only within our first global society-our family of origin but also at school as early as possible.
The Media has got to be allowed to be given free reign rather than working primarily for the establishment.
Most importantly it needs to be every adult's responsibility to uncover his/her own biases and the reasons for it. Then at least knowing the why's and what for's can soothe those times of overboil or vegenance instead of blindly reacting destructively.
Hate begets hate. Hate can be as contagious as sharing a gut wrenching laugh with a friend. We just have to "get it" that hate gives the hater heart attacks hypertension all acid secreting diseases and therefore sufferance if they don't stop spreading their hate around.
Travelling to other countries and living the life of an everyday person of that country you are in will definetley stop or ease back any prejudices to be.
Tell Democrats to stop dividing the population into interest groups based on demographic characteristics, while simultaneously saying that "I see no race but the human race" is racist because you aren't stereotyping people.
The worst part is how the official Democrat identity allows them to attack a black Supreme Court justice and other conservative blacks as "not really black" for not following the official list of beliefs blacks are supposed to have, or attacking homosexuals like Milo Yianapolis for not fitting the Democrat issued identity standard.
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