Feedback on Addressing Racism by Ignoring It MAG

March 4, 2009
By Yeda Perry BRONZE, Phoenix, Arizona
Yeda Perry BRONZE, Phoenix, Arizona
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I completely share Kari S.’s views on racism and agree with her statement that “Giving attention to bigotry only strengthens racism.” She points out how ethnic groups will take a derogatory name and use it as a culturally binding force. I hate hearing an African-American man call his friend “n***a” because it makes me feel as though people like Martin Luther King Jr. and Malcolm X, who devoted their lives to battling racism, fought in vain.

I know that as human beings we are capable of eradicating racism, and we have already come a long way. We simply need to be willing to take the last few steps and stop watering the weed. Thank you so much, Kari, for making this clear.


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