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Immunity to Ethnic and Racial Diversity Many people have a very shallow view of racial and ethnic diversity They see it as simply the belief that one race is superior to another It is much more than that It is a fundamental and fundamentally wrong view of human nature Racism is the notion that ones race determines ones identity It is the belief that ones convictions values ideology and character are determined not by the judgment of ones mind but by ones anatomy or blood This view causes people to be condemned or praised based on their racial membership In turn it leads them to condemn or praise others on the same basis In fact one can gain an authentic sense of pride only from ones own achievements not from inherited genetic characteristics The spread of racism requires the destruction of an individuals confidence in his own mind Such an individual then enthusiastically seeks a sense of identity by clinging to some group abandoning his autonomy individualism and his rights allowing his ethnic group to tell him what to believe Because he thinks of himself as a racial item he feels himself only among others of the same race He becomes a separatist choosing his friends and enemies based one ethnicity This separatism has resulted in the segregation of many communities neighborhoods and even educational institutes The diversity movement claims that its goal is to extinguish racism and build tolerance of differences This is complete forgery We cannot teach our children that skin color religion nationality or gender determines their identity and expect them to become colorblind We cannot advocate ethnic discrimination and expect our younger generations to see each other as individual human beings We cannot preach
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