Definition Essay-Racism Is An Ideal Society

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Racism: What does this word conveys? How does it make you feel? Perhaps you might associate this with Discrimination, Segregation, and Sexism. According to the Oxford Dictionary, it is a fact that ‘Racism’ is a belief to distinguish it as inferior or superior to another race. It a fact, that Nearly 88,000 case incidents as being recorded this year on racism and discrimination. Wouldn’t you be horrified to be cruelly victimised, bullied and intimidated just because of your skin colour? I absolutely believe that discrimination against a person based solely on their appearance is unjustified, unfair and immoral. This act of racism must end... our live as matter and everybody should be equal, regardless of their skin colour. But the reality is, it not ending. For instance, despite having no weapon, there are many examples of innocent young people being shot by police in the U.S. Michael Brown, last year in Ferguson, Sean Bell 2007, and Tamir Rice- only 12 years old! What do they all have…show more content…
I feel it devasting and humiliating for people who might have experienced racism in different endeavours. Due to this topic, I believe that racism could end if we work together and make it happen. Would it be amazing livening in a society with no Racism? I have a quote to reinforce this argument with, a dominant and sensible quote by Nelson Mandela ‘No one is born hating another person by their colour of their skin, or his background or his religion. People must learn to hate, and if they can learn to hate, they can be taught to love’. This not only confirms but reinforces my opinion about racism. I believe that racism is serious and could result in preventing members of certain groups from feeling like equal and valued members of society. It could also result in isolating and excluding people: creating resentment and mistrust of

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