Research paper on what can young people do to stop prejudice
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Young people play the most important role in getting all the prejudice out of our society. You may be intentionally or unintentionally influenced by your family, but when you are aware of this, you can overcome it. Just be what you are, which is obviously a nice socially aware person. When you meet someone, try to allow all preconceived ideas to fall away. There are so many prejudices: race, religion, physical looks, weight, etc. When we narrow down our group of friends we remain narrow ourselves, because everyone has so much to teach us. Give yourself the chance to really get to know people from the inside out. And celebrate the differences! Don’t allow your friends to put others down based on preconceived ideas without speaking up in a gentle way. And one more thing, don’t be too hard on the older generation in your family. They learned what they are from those who came before them. Just introduce them to your friends of every physical type. The best to you!
Educating themselves and then educating those around them.
Wars are fought and won due to prejudice. Borders are maintained by the same. Our terms for other ethnic groups: wop, spick, gook, crout, rag head and so on tell the users that he or she is superior to “them”. Human nature is strongly involved here. The current young generation, with the exception of a few, are heavily involved with prejudice. Many problems in life are too deeply etched into the grain of our being to be cured. Prejudice is one of these. Dreams will not fix the problem.
Absolutely nothing. Every people have their prejudices and everyone is racist in their own right whether they admit to it or not.
There will always be those who look down their noses at others.
Been that way since time began.
I’m a person that uses a wheelchair. Often people are prejudice against me. One of the things a dear friend told me they did to overcome prejudice was to voluntarily spend a day in a wheelchair. This experience removed their prejudicial feelings.
I volunteered in the summers at a school for humans with Down Syndrome! I did that for 6 years and it helped me acknowledge our lives can be very different from each other. It was fun to spend my summers with my friends!