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How to deal “Racial Injustice”

Roger is a newly writer from Bacolod City. He is currently studying at CPAC Central Philippine Adventist College. BSED – Major in English.

How to deal Racial Injustice?

To deal with racial injustice is to make Target racism in education, speak up against racism, petitions and political engagement.

Expository Essay: Current Issues in Our World


How to deal “Racial Injustice”


This global issues is a way sensitive but quite important to discuss, there is so many questions on how to be on the side of this movement against anti black racism. They learn that the road is to unlearning the teachings that once taught is true. We know that racism is prejudice, discrimination, or antagonism directed against a person or people on the basis of their membership in a particular racial or ethnic group, typically one that is a minority.

Thesis Statement : To deal with racial injustice is to make Target racism in campus, speak up against racism, petitions and political engagement.

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Target racism in campus is to help the children to work out their ways of dealing with the situation that makes them feel more in control and safe in the short term for example, taking a different way home or staying with a group of friends. Be a support person, if you find it difficult talking about this to your the school or campus.

Speak against racism, we can all help to ensure that everyone is treated with dignity and respect. All members of our community deserve to be treated fairly and to feel safe and respected. Many people disapprove and are disturbed when they witness racism they do not always act. Standing up to racism is a strong sign of support. It can also make the perpetrator or institution think twice about their actions.

Petition and political engagement is a political action from governments and other decision-makers will require continuous encouragement. That's why reaching out to your local and national political leaders can be another way to be an ally. Petitions are another way to show your support for anti-racism in your community.




Lastly, there for I conclude that every day, each and every one of us can stand up against racial prejudice and disrespectful attitudes. Let’s build a world beyond racism and discrimination, where we all exercise our human rights. Wherever we see racism, we must condemn it without reservation, without hesitation, without qualification.”

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