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  • The segregation of school is right.

    If people segregated then you would be able to keep both races pure. They don't have to mix with each other. Also if the colored people were affected then who would want to unite with the people who are so bad to you. So segregation should be include. Segregation should be included in school

  • Are we trying to bring back the 50s?

    I think that whoever made up the idea to segragate is a JERK! You wouldn't like it at all if you were disliked just because of the color of your skin. This why we had mlk and rosa parks to lead us into freedom. This is why they are recognized today as some of the best leaders in history!!

  • Humans are stronger together, not apart.

    We need to be able to interact with all kinds of people and learn from them. We cannot just curl up into a ball at the sight of an asian, white, black, Hispanic, middle eastern, or oceanic person.
    That is to be very weak and unable to grow spiritually because all people have unique points of views, especially if they are extremely different from us. In order to evolve we must take into account other perceptions that are not our own. This creates a more accurate world view, and one that is not afraid of cooperating with others whom look different from us.

    And is it really that big of a deal how people look?
    I mean really, who cares if your eyes are shaped this way, or your skin is that color. There are way more important things than that, and all of us are actually the same species...
    Imagine if we met aliens, then suddenly all humans would forget their petty differences. It is inefficient to argue and worry about these human characteristics that we are unable to change.

    We have to just accept eachother and move on to tackling more important issues such as world hunger, animal extinctions, pollution, resource depletion, exploring space, advancing technology, becoming a more innovative and philosophical people.

    Quit being shallow and whining about someone that does not look the same as you. It would be very boring if we all had the same eye shape and color, hair color, skin color. That is a monotonous aesthetic for all humans to have a very limited biodiversity spectrum. Thus, we are less complex beings if we cannot possess genetic distinction.

    Thank you, have a nice day and remember that anger is toxic. :)

    By: hotjcard of Habbo Hotel

  • Humans are stronger together, not apart.

    We need to be able to interact with all kinds of people and learn from them. We cannot just curl up into a ball at the sight of an asian, white, black, Hispanic, middle eastern, or oceanic person.
    That is to be very weak and unable to grow spiritually because all people have unique points of views, especially if they are extremely different from us. In order to evolve we must take into account other perceptions that are not our own. This creates a more accurate world view, and one that is not afraid of cooperating with others whom look different from us.

    And is it really that big of a deal how people look?
    I mean really, who cares if your eyes are shaped this way, or your skin is that color. There are way more important things than that, and all of us are actually the same species...
    Imagine if we met aliens, then suddenly all humans would forget their petty differences. It is inefficient to argue and worry about these human characteristics that we are unable to change.

    We have to just accept eachother and move on to tackling more important issues such as world hunger, animal extinctions, pollution, resource depletion, exploring space, advancing technology, becoming a more innovative and philosophical people.

    Quit being shallow and whining about someone that does not look the same as you. It would be very boring if we all had the same eye shape and color, hair color, skin color. That is a monotonous aesthetic for all humans to have a very limited biodiversity spectrum. Thus, we are less complex beings if we cannot possess genetic distinction.

    Thank you, have a nice day and remember that anger is toxic. :)

  • Humans are stronger together, not apart.

    We need to be able to interact with all kinds of people and learn from them. We cannot just curl up into a ball at the sight of an asian, white, black, Hispanic, middle eastern, or oceanic person.
    That is to be very weak and unable to grow spiritually because all people have unique points of views, especially if they are extremely different from us. In order to evolve we must take into account other perceptions that are not our own. This creates a more accurate world view, and one that is not afraid of cooperating with others whom look different from us.

    And is it really that big of a deal how people look?
    I mean really, who cares if your eyes are shaped this way, or your skin is that color. There are way more important things than that, and all of us are actually the same species...
    Imagine if we met aliens, then suddenly all humans would forget their petty differences. It is inefficient to argue and worry about these human characteristics that we are unable to change.

    We have to just accept eachother and move on to tackling more important issues such as world hunger, animal extinctions, pollution, resource depletion, exploring space, advancing technology, becoming a more innovative and philosophical people.

    Quit being shallow and whining about someone that does not look the same as you. It would be very boring if we all had the same eye shape and color, hair color, skin color. That is a monotonous aesthetic for all humans to have a very limited biodiversity spectrum. Thus, we are less complex beings if we cannot possess genetic distinction.

    Thank you, have a nice day and remember that anger is toxic. :)

  • Humans are stronger together, not apart.

    We need to be able to interact with all kinds of people and learn from them. We cannot just curl up into a ball at the sight of an asian, white, black, Hispanic, middle eastern, or oceanic person.
    That is to be very weak and unable to grow spiritually because all people have unique points of views, especially if they are extremely different from us. In order to evolve we must take into account other perceptions that are not our own. This creates a more accurate world view, and one that is not afraid of cooperating with others whom look different from us.

    And is it really that big of a deal how people look?
    I mean really, who cares if your eyes are shaped this way, or your skin is that color. There are way more important things than that, and all of us are actually the same species...
    Imagine if we met aliens, then suddenly all humans would forget their petty differences. It is inefficient to argue and worry about these human characteristics that we are unable to change.

    We have to just accept eachother and move on to tackling more important issues such as world hunger, animal extinctions, pollution, resource depletion, exploring space, advancing technology, becoming a more innovative and philosophical people.

    Quit being shallow and whining about someone that does not look the same as you. It would be very boring if we all had the same eye shape and color, hair color, skin color. That is a monotonous aesthetic for all humans to have a very limited biodiversity spectrum. Thus, we are less complex beings if we cannot possess genetic distinction.

    Thank you, have a nice day and remember that anger is toxic. :)

  • Human beings are stronger together, not apart.

    We can all learn from eachother, and segregation just makes it harder to make more friends.
    Everyone has a different point of view, especially people that are extremely different from us.
    Change is evolution.
    If we seek to progress, we must adapt our current mindset to the changing reality in order to gain an accurate perspective of a complex world. It only makes sense to take everything into account when assembling a cardinal perception. This is the cosmopolitan perspective that shall make us more powerful, because we will be able to interact with everyone.

    We can't just curl up into a ball when we see an asian, white, black

  • That makes no sense

    I can't believe anyone would ever consider that. There is no difference between people of different races so why build separate institutions to educate them. The world is a very multi-cultural place now and most countries have a great variety of origins of people. Our schools should reflect our society.

  • No, schools should not be segregated based on race!

    Schools should absolutely NOT be segregated by race. Are we trying to go backwards? Segregation of schools by race only promotes hate and inequality. Our society has to learn to accept and get along with people of all races because we all have something to offer. How can our kids learn to communicate effectively with people of others when they can’t even go to school with them. We send our kids to school, not only to get an education, but to also help them become effective citizens and members of society. We can’t expect them to be able to do this properly when they do not learn how to interact with people of other races by learning with and about them at school.

  • No, schools should not be segregated based on race.

    No, I believe that schools should not be segregated on race. Even the mention of segregation is offensive, because it smacks of racism and does not help students learn at all. If anything, segregation makes some students feel unworthy, even left out. Racial segregation was something that, as a country, we got rid of a long time ago. The question of whether schools should be segregated is, in this day and age, preposterous and shouldn't even be asked.


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