Anes Dracic Posted almost 3 years ago Ending Racial Prejudice and Racism in Europe A neighborhood in the city that I live in managed to reduce it's crime rate by 20% over a one year period by joining the community in protest to crime. Now, I'm not saying they eliminated crime, but they did at least manage to change the minds of some would-be criminals. I'm using this as an example because you can't underestimate the importance of voicing an opinion. If people get used to racism, they may see it as a norm. If people get used to peace, tranquility, kindness and compassion, they may see that as a norm. Politicians can only wield power if they have a foundation that supports them. If you have like minded individuals, people that are opposed to racism just as much as you are, then use that as a foundation for yourself. Just a thought.