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Racial Slurs:How can we minimize or end the use of Racism ?(Racism in Association English football:its just not black,whiteorbrowndebate)
Being brought up in a society where a name is given to describe a specific community is sometimes painful. In britian the word "PKI" was associated with the brown people usually from the subcontinent that included " India, Bangladesh, Pakistan, Nepal or Sri lanka" while in the u.s.a the "N" word was associated with the black community though both words have a long and complex history, and has gone from a cutting and derogatory racial slur to a term of endearment frequently used by South-Asian/South-east-asian youth culture, it still has the power to anger and enrage when taken out of its new context.
The world has accepted Absolute Universal ethics that suggests that Persons are never means to an end, but are ends in themselves. Then why in our society do we consider ourselves superior to others on the basis of color, creed and race, in considering others to be inferior and making fun of them, in censuring others, in calling them with bad names?
Racism in association football is the abuse of players, officials and fans because of their skin colour, nationality, religion or ethnicity. Some may be targeted (also) because of their association with an opposing team. However, there have been instances of individuals being targeted by their own fans
What can one do to stop such Rhetoric?
How can one create a more tolerant society?
If the problem lies in the present education system, then why hasnt it been changed for years now?
Need ideas from the Intellect TED community here: