The Pros And Cons Of Ignorance In Literature

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Ignorance can often become the cause of racism when it comes to people not being educated to other cultures people just assume what they hear in stereotypes, movies, and in text books are always the most accurate way to describe a culture and always that is not true. Everything you hear and read is biased therefore the only way to truly understand someone or something is to experience how it is to be them.
While usually negative or derogative, and maybe somewhat truthful stereotypes usually have a different meaning and should not be accepted widely as the direct truth. Some stereotypes are true and are positive but are usually turned to poke fun at a race or culture. The problem is again ignorance. Stereotypes like “Asian kids are smart” can be true and can be false however the practices of education in the Asian culture can be stricter and more rigorous and can lead the that as a true positive statement. Unfortunate people use it to make fun of kids in
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Kids are and will be the future of humanity and as they grow up they all have different experiences but what we need to do as the generation before is help them see other experiences be comfortable with them and to even have them with those other cultures and people. If we can assimilate children into being open minded, then they will have the ability to understand the experiences of others and to accept them for who they are.
Education is another way that we can encourage the acceptance of diversity in our world. To me, I do not think that education will solve all the problems with racism and certainly is not the only problem associated with racism however if kids and adults are educated to the point where they ask the important questions and don’t believe everything the hear and read because nothing can be unbiased and everyone should learn that in order to know something you have to see it from both sides of the
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