Racial Discrimination

Austin Williams, Tim Gross, Dylan Gilbreath, Amberlie Patton


the unjust or prejudicial treatment of different categories of people or things, especially on the grounds of race, age, sex and intelligence.
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In order to eliminate racial discrimination within our community, and later on within our society as a whole, we must understand that people are people- no matter the color of their skin, or where they come from.

We must start here, from this singular classroom, and expand to the entire school, and from there, to the district of NISD, eventually spreading this plan of action against racial discrimination further from an assembly of students and teachers to everyone in the local area.

An idea that can be brought into action would be, that since race is a physical aspect of a human, that if we didn't see this trait of a person, then we can't make assumptions about someone based on their race. We can perhaps create a blindfolded meeting with people where they talk together, get to know each other, without knowing the race of the person, and as a result cannot make judgments on someone based on their race.