Is there still racial discrimination?
• United States
22 May 07
yes here in the usa it is still racism around alot of people try to hide it but when they speak to you ,you can here it just by the way they talk to you or act when your around them. i hate that people always refer to every latino person as mexican or every asian person as chinese, which is not so. It used to didn't bother me but since i've been with my husband who's portirican and filipino i hate when people say racist things about other people. it's ignorant! i think that people do it because they're jealous of the diversity that different races bring, if we were all the same this world would be boring.
22 May 07
NO there is no racial discrimination in my country right iam sure in future there won't be any not in my country but in this entire world even if they are facing now. It's very bad that over elders had done this or face this.Because of there benifit some had intorduce this racial discriminationd and get benifited by this.Still political parties are making use of this during the the time of elections and when want people to divert there attention from them. It's very bad that we are coming into there words .
22 May 07
I am afraid there is... sad to say, we are not integrated and I believe we don't want to be. Racism is a tool used by politicians for their own means and it's disgusting. Minority races are the ones who suffer and somehow we learn to adapt to the situation. In time, with proper education and maturity (if the government permits) things might change but I don't foresee it to be in the near future. :-( We are peace-loving and high tolerance is the way to describe how we are as minority in the country. The irony of things are we are sometimes criticised or accused of raising racial sentiments when we voice our concerns over racial discrimination??? But I suppose it could get worse... and I still love my country no matter how we are being treated. Strange... love-hate relationship. We can only hope things will get better for our future generation.