Stop Racism

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Racism is a problem that happens every day. It will never stop, but we can help reduce it, by telling others to stop and be nice to each other. Everybody, no matter what race or culture, they have a right to live happily and free. In order to stop racism, we should be friends with everyone. We have to treat everyone with respect, so that we will be treated with respect back. If someone doesn’t want to be your friend, you should be okay with that. Anyone can understand if you don’t like someone who is mean to you. Even with so many different cultures, and races at our school, we should be able to accept and respect all of them into our community. Racism is not only a bad thing, but it can also be very hurtful. If you are excluded in some activities just because of your culture, then you would be very upset that people are treating you like that. If someone is being excluded, you should put yourself in their position. Nobody wants to be excluded from anything because we are all God’s children and we should all be accepted and treated the same. I believe if just one person speaks out about racism, then another one will and another and sooner or later the problem of racism will be out there, and hopefully with everyone acting and speaking against it, racism will be stopped.

7 ways to stop racism are:
1) Support and get involved with multicultural events at your school and in your community 2) Get active in programmers which teach people how to react and respond to racism. So you can learn a lot and give others the benefit of your experience. 3) Its really hard not to tell someone about racism. Even if it’s hard just go tell an adult. 4) Speak out when and where you can. The problems you face with racism are the same that other people feel. 5) Don’t wait till someone else tells an adult. Try and tell an adult as fast as you can. 6) Make sure that your school does something about racism.

7) Make sure that your school has an anti-racism policy....
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