racism speech

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For centuries a disease has plagued our nation just like AIDS has Africa, I bet you all are wondering what this disease is. You probably think that it can be treated with limited breakouts every few years. The virus I'm talking about is racism. Imagine living every day in fear knowing that where ever you go, everything you do is being observed and judged. Imagine walking into a store or a boutique and having someone watch every move of yours thinking that you’re going to steal something, or expose a bomb from under your clothes. Imagine being mocked and hated at school because you're "different". Imagine being left out because of your skin colour. No one enjoys being left out, but then, why do people judge? Why do people set a fire of …show more content…
The woman in the mustard jacket moves past the kids and launches into a racist outburst at a man and an Asian woman who were recording the video.
Abraham Joshua Quoted that “Racism is man’s gravest threat to a man- the maximum hatred for a minimum of reason.” So live and let live. Give others the freedom to live as you would want to have yourself, and embrace liberty for all.

For centuries a disease has plagued our nation just like AIDS has Africa, I bet you all are wondering what this disease is. You probably think that it can be treated with limited breakouts every few years. The virus I'm talking about is racism. Imagine living every day in fear knowing that where ever you go, everything you do is being observed and judged. Imagine walking into a store or a boutique and having someone watch every move of yours thinking that you’re going to steal something, or expose a bomb from under your clothes. Imagine being mocked and hated at school because you're "different". Imagine being left out because of your skin colour. No one enjoys being left out, but then, why do people judge? Why do people set a fire of hatred? Why do people discriminate? Why? First of all what is racism? Racism is ugly. It divides people into “us” and “them”, based on our nationalities or our skin colour. Racism is something we learn not something we grow up with.
And it occurs when people feel that it’s acceptable to disrespect others as they go about their daily

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