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The fact is, by the time a child is a toddler, they start noticing color differences, and then in school, teachers teach not to discriminate and to just look over the difference and live equally. That would seem like enough. But unfortunately, schools aren’t the only influence that children have, because while schools teach one thing, parents can also teach them differently. For example; let’s say that one day a child is in school, and the teacher says three plus three equals six. But, if the parents tell their child that three plus three equals five and NOT six, then that’s what the child starts to believe. Telling the child that every day, they start thinking that it’s true. So, the parent is teaching something totally different than the school. So, if that works with home, it also works with school. Therefore making an easy way to teach something into the minds of the child. Then lets say that the child got to high school and was asked; whats three plus three? The child will answer "five' and believe its correct, because that is what was taught by the parents.
Of course, the same would apply to racism. If the child is taught in school not to hate another person because of their race, then go home to a racist environment, then that child will think it is okay to do. But, of course, its not.
A childs mind is made of what it is taught starting at a small age. Of course, a child should know right from wrong. Touching a hot stove will burn them as they know.
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