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Should Polish people unite in solidarity to establish a coalition or organization proactively combating anti-Polish sentiment?

  • Yes they should

    Yes, the Polish people do need to unite and join into one big solid group, so that they can fight all of the racism that is being aimed at them. This would be really good for them, and they could become a strong force that would be seen by us all.

  • The only way to combat organized opposition is to organize.

    Polish people would be best served by organizing and defending anti-polish sentiment. In a perfect world, this organization would combat such sentiment through peaceful and diplomatic means. However, there are times when violence is done in the name of anti-Polish sentiment, and such force which would stop that violence would be necessary.

  • Poland Known for Solidarity

    Poland is known for its solidarity movement led by Lech Walesa in the 1980s when workers rose up against the sitting government. Having a solidarity movement is best for the Polish people because it fosters pride in the country and puts the government on a better standing with the rest of Europe.

  • Solidarity shows strength..

    The Polish people are faced with prejudice from people who feel a strong anti-Polish sentiment. In order to combat this prejudice they should stand together. By coming together, they show people they are strong and must be treated equally. They can also rely on each other for support in dealing with anti-Polish sentiment.

  • Polish People Unite

    I personally think that polish people unite in solidarity to establish a coalition or organization proactively combating anti Polish sentiment because of the government and has been an organization plan in the past. I personally think that polish people unite in solidarity to establish a coalition or organization proactively but it is because of the society.

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