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It is all the rage today to be politically correct or its not en vogue to be anti prejudiced But in todays world racism is a pandemic that is still in full swing no matter how hard people try to make it disappear Global racism is something that is spreading and soon too be detrimental to many societies who cant see the outcome of its affects I believe that stopping the spread of global racism is possible but I dont know how probable it is Its been shown throughout history and the text that racism occurs everywhere and is a driving force that people hold onto and embrace to say the least We have been taught that racism is a social construct so we know that it is man made and therefore can be destroyed or replaced by something else I believe that it is beneficial for societies to eliminate racism because of a great deal of reasons Eliminating racism will allow society to benefit from other cultures and what they may have to offer Also eliminating racism would also provide a more open ground for the solving a lot more world issues such as hunger poverty and other diseases that may be spreading throughout the world Ways in which we can eliminate discrimination is through education One of the biggest factors involved in racism is ignorance and if you inform people of their misconceptions and replace them with the realities of the groups it would help greatly Also another way t to eliminate racism is through cultural embrace What I mean by cultural embrace is to look at another persons culture with a blank slate about it we would be a sponge of sorts absorbing and learning about why they do what they do and how it makes them who they are Through this we can objectively look at peoples of different cultures with a new viewpoint The last way
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