Racism is a part of our society; it is an ongoing judgment in which we cannot fully control. I believe its roots are hatred and superiority. The act of racism may be irksome but may seem right to others. We cannot forcibly convince people and even society that racism is outright wrong. In order to want to deter racism, we must be the first to act right- to appreciate differences and to not believe in its concept and instead, believe in change. No matter the complexion, background, and even standard of living, we must accept differences among all races. After all, we are all human beings. Hopefully, our optimism and belief in humanity will somehow be the reason to this generation’s gradual change.

Pionnah Gregorio

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  • pafao

    Are you simply alluding of a perfect example about HATRED AND SUPERIORITY being displayed daily by a candidate gunning for U.S. President? This is the funny hair guy spreading “FEAR” amongst the few fearing mongers, which in modern time will closely resemble a devil before WW2 era known as Adolph Hitler. If you think of Hitler,then you can’t help it but assimilate the two. No wonder many prominent party members both elected and private figures have TEMPORARILY severed alignment with this little devilish bully. As Supreme Court Justice Ginsberg said, God forbid if he gets to be elected president of the United States “I will probably move to New Zealand”!

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