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2-25-2010 @ 1:32PM
Some would argue that being offended by racist remarks only validates racism and the racist that made the remark. Reacting to such comments or language will only give the racist more reason to continue what he/she is doing. Reporting the language is fine.On the flipside, equality should start with equal treatment and not the coddling of one race just because their origins were from slavery. Take note that I am not singling out the African American population here as my race was also subject to similar atrocities in the past as well as the present. If you don't know what I'm talking about, feel free to look up Filipino domestic helpers and how they are treated in Hongkong and other countries because apparently racism still exists despite what the laws say.
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