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i. To give them an understanding of how biased society has been before and even after
independence, and the social injustice being practised in different ways, like robbing
land from black people, being forced to fight in military services against their own
will, being killed, being brutally harassed by police officers, unfair trials, etc.
ii. It creates awareness in children regarding the victimization of people of colour,
showing them that whatever is happening is not new. When they go out there, they
might experience the same thing, which does not mean that they are wrong. Instead, it
is shown as a daily reminder that until they determine their destiny, they are not going
to be free.
iii. This also shows them that all humankind is similar and should be treated equally
despite colour differences. They should all be given a better education, fair trial,
suitable housing, employment opportunities, providing knowledge on self-defence.
i. A black man has not yet attained their destiny and is not yet free
ii. Unequal employment opportunities are given to black man
iii. Black people don’t have decent housing
iv. Black children are still receiving a poor education
v. Black people highly experience police brutality as they are allegedly accused falsely
of gang crimes.
vi. Injustice during trials as a result of bias
Despite black men knowing them as independent in a real sense, they are not. They still have
a long way to go to be regarded as free. This will measure this in terms of schooling, given a
fair trial, docent housing and equal employment opportunities.
i. The people practising racism should be accountable for their actions, and proper
action should be taken.
ii. Members of society should make an effort to get to know people who are different
iii. Members of society should get to learn about people’s cultures and embrace them as
iv. People should always mind their actions and tongue when addressing racism issues.
v. People should be role models in teaching the young generation the importance of
living in harmony with people of a different races.
vi. People should stop making assumptions.
Vii. The government should work on a project with the member of a different group in the
Viii. Support anti-racist and anti-prejudice organizations
i. I believe that we are one and should acquire the same education. Knowledge is
gained; hence, if everyone is offered the same opportunity, the world would be better.
ii. I believe that everyone has conscious to know right and wrong, but this shouldn’t be
defined by colour.
iii. I believe that everyone should have a sense of independence that should guide their
iv. I believe that everyone has an equal opportunity, and a platform should be provided to
showcase their intelligence.
v. I believe everyone has the right to belong to a particular religion, culture, ethnic
group, different colour of completion, and diverse social gatherings. This should not
be a basis to disregard them as non-human beings.