How do we end the racism...

@megs85 (3145)
Australia
October 31, 2006 9:11pm CST
... that is felt by both muslim people and caucasians particularly those from america and australia. Can't people realise that not all people from each of those countries is directly responsible for what has happened and that generalisations only cause further conflict and perpetuate the cycle of hate???
4 responses
@all_n_one (2005)
• United States
1 Nov 06
It didn't know that went on in australia also dunno why just always figured it to be more peaceful. Racism could never end i don't think in america they will look at a black man in baggy pants over a terriost. Allot of racism as also turned on mexicans in this country. It isn't as bad as it once was because that's not possible that would create a civil war. Things are changing though because the population in America on biracial baby's is growing by the millions. Even being a mixed child brings racism in to because in America if your are mixed everybody considers you black. The only way it can end is by us as a hole. Somebody can hide it but yet they will still be a racist on the inside.
@megs85 (3145)
• Australia
1 Nov 06
I have never understood americans take on race. I don't understand how they can discriminate against their fellow Americans, regardless of the colour of their skin. Racism here in Australia is different, it isnt based on skin colour its more culturally aimed. For example, the whole European-Australian racism, or Australian-Asian Racism, Australian-Muslim racists, it goes on... You can be blue with purple polka dots here, skin doesnt matter but there are other types of racism to deal with:(
@linkpointe (1003)
• Philippines
2 Nov 06
Lets join hand for a better world - Lets join hand for a better world
You're in hot potato if you lived in the western part of this world. I wonder why others look down on other citizens of this world. Or maybe, because FILIPINOS are known for their good deeds all over the world.
1 Nov 06
Sadly, it will NEVER END. I believe in living in peace like probably most friendly people. However, there is no such thing as a perfect world. Its a dog-eat-dog world out there.
@Inklings (1257)
• United States
1 Nov 06
By teaching our kids to accept many different people and not to judge people on superficial things. If we did that, racism wouldn't exist in the next generation.