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Marinerz93
September 26, 2020, 1:51pm

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To be fair the UK is a quality place to live, I love it and I love how in general we embrace different cultures.

I don’t think we should give up because we are a progressive nation. At the minute it feels like we are going backwards and everything is so divisive.

I was talking to a young kid who turns out for my 5 a side team sometimes. He’s mixed race and he tells me he experiences racism regularly, mostly ignorance which is bad enough, but some targeted abuse.
This week he was unlocking his moped as 3 schoolchildren walked past “what you looking at you black illegitimate?”
Had a long conversation with a Mum today who’s moving her daughter school because of the racist abuse she gets, gets it off loads of different kids and she just wants to go to school and learn.

intercourse are these kids getting this excrement from?

Still a problem in our society, we should strive to make it better and not trivialise it.


If you look at early Disney cartoons they use stereo types and these cartoons are still aired today. Also kids look for differences when they are looking to taunt other kids, it could be hair colour or big teeth / ears and it's when these kids get a reaction they target the taunt even more because they know they'll get the reaction they want.

https://www.nbcnews.com/think/.....den-vault-ncna998216


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One thing that has always confused me from the time of slavery is that religion was part of everyone's daily life and it wasn't until William Wilberforce quoted from the bible and says Remember that God made men equal.

For centuries blacks were dehumanized and treated as a commodity, blacks were bought and sold through slavery and it's the deprogramming of that way of thinking that needs addressing.


The book ‘Natives’ by Akala covers this and a whole lot more. I highly recommend it to anyone who hasn’t read it already. It’s challenging but a truly outstanding book.



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