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  • Treating everyone equally

    If every one were treated the same their would be no worries about how everyone looks. Every one would just worry about themselfes. People see through color, and what i mean by that is that they just see black people and white people and that just makes them a terrible person.

  • Just Eliminate All Forms of Discrimination

    It can be eliminated, once we start treating all people equally. This means not only changes in the justice system, policing, and other obviously biased social order protection systems, but also the elimination of profiling by racial status, elimination of hiring quotas based on race, elimination of set-aside contracting based on race and/or sex/sexual preference, etc. These practices create the impression that one race or sex is either stronger or weaker than the other(s), which leads to resentment of the excluded race, when qualification-based hiring practices should be the only consideration. I'm not sure this will be well-received, but it is reality.

  • Prejudice and racism must leave

    We live in a world today of numerous cultures. We are a citizen of the Earth and in order to be a good citizen and not break any laws/conventions we must respect other people's backgrounds.Just cause we see someone with a low,dirty and ill-paid job does not mean they are illiterate.They could have been born poor!

  • In today’s increasingly educated world, prejudice have a hope of being eliminated as people are more critical of their views and the view of others.

    As we become more educated and knowledgeable we will analyse the information we receive and make a judgement; whether the information is accurate or inaccurate. As such, baseless assumptions/stereotypes of people of another gender or ethnicity can greatly be removed. While detractors may point to the fact that there are still prejudices and discrimination in our societies and more are being created like the discrimination on LGBT people, let us not deny the fact that a change is coming. A paradigm shift in mindset of the people where we are heading towards equality and equity. It may not be now that these prejudices can be eradicated as there are still a huge number of people that do receive proper education, but in the future where more people have received proper education and higher education, it is possible that prejudices can be reduced to a negligible level.

  • No you cant

    When we form an idea, our brain uses past experience stored in it to make associations. Everyone is a prisoner of his own experience; no one can eliminate prejudice----just recognise it (Edword Murrow). However, prejudice does not equal to racism or any other -ism. Due to the reality that no one can avoid prejudice, because that is how our brain works, racism is also rooted deeply in our brain. Therefore it is difficult to be eliminated completely. However, racism can be and only can be eliminated when we don't see people in groups of race, nationality or colour, but only see in individual terms. You can only improve your brain beyond racism by rejecting the idea that there are different races in the world. But you can never go beyond prejudice, unless you suffered from brain death or you are enlightened by the God of the universe. Because only the God can tell whether the idea formed in your brain is a true fact or is just formed based on previous experience.

    Stop struggling....No you can avoid it. Accept it! .... Now is this prejudice? You even have not tried to say anything and I believe you cannot? Then yes it is. Are you able to return home alive today? How do you know? Because you have been safe on the streets for decades. Are islamists and terrorists bad people or good? Do you believe you can achieve or can not achieve something? As long as you answered any of the questions, you had any idea in your brain, and a vague image formed in you brain, that is prejudice. Because your answers will be based on what have been stored in your brain.


    As I was typing this, an idea suddenly came across my mind. There is a possibility that you can avoid it: by forming no ideas and thinking nothing and keep saying I don't know I don't know I don't know........

    So come back to support my argument, you still can not avoid prejudice, unless your brain does not function properly and can only say I don't know and let's wait and see what happens.

    Let's talk about few people who are enlightened by the God . If you read their religion, not what the religions advocate, but what the founders said, you can notice that indeed they tried to avoid pre-judgement. Some of them all said the same sentence: don't think about tomorrow or even next moment, because you can not predict what is going to happen. However, it is interesting that the religions they left behind have been the sources of the most malicious form of prejudice.

    Posted by: Plen
  • No one can avoid prejudice

    When we form an idea, our brain uses past experience stored in it to make associations. Everyone is a prisoner of his own experience; no one can eliminate prejudice----just recognise it (Edword Murrow). However, prejudice does not equal to racism or any other -ism. Due to the reality that no one can avoid prejudice, because that is how our brain works, racism is also rooted deeply in our brain. Therefore it is difficult to be eliminated completely. However, racism can be and only can be eliminated when we don't see people in groups of race, nationality or colour, but only see in individual terms. You can only improve your brain beyond racism by rejecting the idea that there are different races in the world. But you can never go beyond prejudice, unless you suffered from brain death or you are enlightened by the God of the universe. Because only the God can tell whether the idea formed in your brain is a true fact or is just formed based on previous experience.
    Stop struggling....No you can avoid it. Accept it! .... Now is this prejudice? You even have not tried to say anything and I believe you cannot? Then yes it is. Are you able to return home alive today? How do you know? Because you have been safe on the streets for decades. Are islamists and terrorists bad people or good? Do you believe you can achieve or can not achieve something? As long as you answered any of the questions, you had any idea in your brain, and a vague image formed in you brain, that is prejudice. Because your answers will be based on what have been stored in your brain.

    As I was typing this, an idea suddenly came across my mind. There is a possibility that you can avoid it: by forming no ideas and thinking nothing and keep saying I don't know I don't know I don't know........

    So come back to support my argument, you still can not avoid prejudice, unless your brain does not function properly and can only say I don't know and let's wait and see what happens.

    Let's talk about few people who are enlightened by the God . If you read their religion, not what the religions advocate, but what the founders said, you can notice that indeed they tried to avoid pre-judgement. Some of them all said the same sentence: don't think about tomorrow or even next moment, because you can not predict what is going to happen. However, it is interesting that the religions they left behind have been the sources of the most malicious form of prejudice.

  • Prejudice is embedded within our blood.

    Not that I want it to exist, but prejudice is what shaped culture, shaped society, shaped the hate groups, shaped the government, shaped the b!Tchy people out there... If prejudice is gone, then we have peace. But the only way I see it becoming peace, is if that everyone has the same, and one opinion.

    Who's unique now? Huh?

    Some people refuse to accept it, and that's fine. Keep going, one day we will have ultimate world peace (*cough cough dead world *cough*). But sometimes, I find it how ignorant people can be and do not accept their fate -see? Prejudice, based on human wrongs and mistakes. Things like these end up in tragedies, and death... Eh, mostly death.

    Now, people these days create the illusion of happiness, when it's mostly hatred, and I hate to see us humans going that way...

    But, at this rate, I see no hope. Not that I don't want any. I just don't see a single soul who would want to risk their neck (including me) standing up against the world to avoid pandemics, like global warming.

  • Prejudice are business entities

    Which i claRIfied as godo gecko always remember greedy algorithm am a prejudice who always thinking of increases middle age peoples to beat down poverty level of course prejudice are never racial discrimination yield curve is all they are after investment return.Ok.Best regards Yak AL MO,Racial discriminition can never be eradicate only minimise it,

  • Prejudice and discrimination are NOT the same thing

    I agree that prejudice cannot be eliminated. It is called cognitive economy and we make associations with our past experiences and with past experiences of others. BUT this does not need to be discrimination. We do not need to treat anyone in a negative way on the basis of their race.

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  • Prejudice can't be stopped.

    Everybody have their own opinion on a certain matter due to past events, usually negative or was influenced by someone else. Mind sets are hard to change and hence, there would still be this group of people who would or could not change. With this cycle of everyone having an opinion, this can't be stopped completely but instead reduce.

  • Can prejudice ever be eliminated?

    The short answer is no but why is to do with the roots of human nature. Humans have always had an ambition to be more superior than others, so to cancel out a few races would make things much easier. Another reason why prejudice evolved and why it will never be eradicated is lack of interaction between different racial, cultural or religious groups. Prejudice is not discrimination: prejudice has to do with the irrational attitudes and opinions held by members of one group about another, while discrimination refers to behaviors directed against another group.


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