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Nigger wetback nip paki chink fob white boy chino The list of remarks here signifies that racism in our world today is endless The speech I Have a Dream by Dr King has a significant quote Now is the time to rise to the sunlit path of racial justice He is informing the people today to stand up and fight for fairness Racism is one of the issues we must fight to end The Civil Rights Movement in the 60s stopped segregation but not racism Racism never went away and still exists today in America People often tell jokes with racist slurs and while I know that not to laugh at ones about blacks it seems that ones about other races like Chinese and Hispanic are okay When I was in 3rd grade a kid called me Chino At first I thought it meant something cool until my friend told me its true meaning He slowly explained that it that is slang word for Chinese people I was really offended by what that kid said me because I was not Chinese I did not retaliate nor did anything To this day I feel remorse wishing I had done something to prevent it Since the horrific terrorist attacks on September 11 2001 Americans have been colder to people who originated from the Middle East Ive witnessed these changes myself An Afhgan kid at my school was brutally criticizied by his peers They called him all sorts of names such as Bin bombmer and Osamas Son The kid had nothing to do with the 911 attacks but people humiliate and connect him with the incidents just because he is from Afganistan Just after the 911 attack I was saw a news channel on TV showing a garage spray painted with the words Go back to your own country Looking at the picture of the garage on my TV I felt really sorry for the people living
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