Therefore, imagining everyone giving up their own beliefs and uniting for the benefit of everyone else is unrealistic. A more logical and realistic solution to racism is accepting that racism does exist, practicing a multicultural approach, and believing in the power of one person. Understanding and valuing our differences is so important, especially as we continue to modernize the world. If we don’t shift our paradigm and begin to see the world around us differently, racism will continue to be a problem. Works Cited Hanna, Andrew Leon.
Law can, however, prohibit discriminatory practices and behaviors (Dimensions of Racism). Racist and racism are provocative words in American society. To some, they become curse words. They are descriptive words of reality that cannot be denied. Some people believe that race is the primary determinant of human abilities and capacities and behave as if racial differences produce inherent superiorities.
Altman appeals to his own morals in which giving individuals the equality that is due to them and the right to not be treated as a lesser member of society are of ultimate importance. Albeit good morals, I am more inclined to appeal to my own; to fight for yourself, to find strength in discouraging situations, and to reduce the evil of ignorance by rising above and against it. When people can learn to accept that hate is never going to disappear so long as everyone is different then maybe they might stop taking ignorant speech personally. Until then, regulation of hate speech should not be permitted to occur.
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