Why do people think that racism is ok?
because once in my class a boy took another boys pen with out asking then the boy noticed and said that he stole his pen then that boy who 'stole' the pen said 'only couse I am black why are you saying that I STOLE your pen.you think only black people steal and are bad!!!' I just dont undertsand why he thought that thats what the boy was trying to say to the boy that took the pen : [
Racism in no form is okay. Society puts a play on racism with its controversial news broadcasts and stories that intentionally describe an incident by race instead of the crime. Racism is also something that's been around forever and some family's just chose to allow it to continue to their children without choosing to stop the pattern. I also like to point out the use of words and inferring they are racist when by definition are not.
This is a classic case of "I did something wrong, accuse you of evil to deflect from my crime".
This is an evil response because it slanders the innocent victim of that assailant's crime, literally adding insult to injury.
by mosaicman 6 years ago
It is ok for African Americans to use it in context between their friends. They may be careful in using it in public around others they do not know (especially if someone feels uncomfortable hearing the word). Is it ok for white people to use the word.... never!
by Caitlyn Booth 18 months 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 Abrahamlincoln2 3 years ago
Why do white people think they are so superior? And if God made man from the dirt and clay of earth Then why isn't dirt white? Could white people ever tell the truth? Didn't God change Kanes DNA and he awakened with blond hair, blue eyes and pale skin?
by Don Bobbitt 6 years ago
If PINK SLIME is so BAD, why is OK to allow ANTIBIOTICS and HORMONES in our meats?Ok, the press had a slow day and showed us the PINK SLIME issue and at least the affected ground meat will now be labeled as per the USDA.But, a far more dangerous thing is also happening to our meats, and that is the...
by yshashikant 6 years ago
White skin vs Black Skin, Why do people indulge in racism?I have faced a lot of racism and I am a brown skin guy. What I never understood is why do people indulge in racism. Aren't we all humans? Aren't we all supposed to have the basic human rights? Why then shall we face racism?
by Mom Kat 20 months ago
why do people think being rude is funny?why do people think that they can be rude to others and pass it off as "just having fun"? rude is rude... and then to try and turn it around and say YOU have a problem because you don't laugh or FORBID - let them know they are being rude, now it's...
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