The debate "Do you understand racism" was started by
January 17, 2017, 9:42 am.
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I see your point and I agree, but I don't understand racism now, because it's not like that.
I understand why people practice it. For example, if someone thought that a particular race had a negative impact on society (like the stereotype that black people are criminals), a prejudice would form, which could lead to racial discrimination.
I know what racism are, but do you understand it? I don't honestly. It doesn't make sense, we're all people.
Racism: One race or races discriminating against another.