The Elimination of Racism: The Impossible Dream

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C6223
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December 15, 2010
The Elimination of Racism: The Impossible Dream
Racism is part of all cultures, throughout all times. As idealistic as it may be to have all people respect each other, and not discriminate on the basis of race, the actual course of human history has demonstrated that racism is somehow, in some way acting as a powerful force. Unfortunately for oppressed cultures, any force to stem the tide of racism only seems to propel even greater expressions of racism from the dominant culture, as recent hate crimes have been demonstrated in America and the world. No one gains from racism. The only effective tool to diminish racism is to change the way that people think about other people. This requires...
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.....h form of expression, the films and the essay showcase the dangers of racism, and the potential for greatness that Americans have if they cease their racist views. The only way that it can change is if society expects more of society, and refuses to accept racism of any kind at any time.
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