Say No to Racism

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Persuasive Speech On “Say No To Racism” Good morning to Mr. Mariapan and my beloved audience. Today, I am bold to talk about an issue that has haunts us for so long. Countless legislation, organizations and campaigns are created to combat this issue….but…to no avail. The problem has been all over the globe and standing here today, I am on a mission to eradicate this issue once and for all! Ladies and gentlemen, Let us hold hand in hand and “Say No To Racism” The racism button is the easiest to push and yet, the hardest to counteract. Almost everyone will tend to be racist, the only exceptions are the little babies and children yet to learn about the dark side of the world, but, it is just a matter of time before they learn the…show more content…
As the saying goes, “knowledge is power.” Speak Out It’s also important to speak out against racism in everyday life. So, the next time a coworker tells a racist joke or a family member complains about a certain ethnic group, do your part and speak up. It’s hard to fight racism at large if you can’t stand up to it on your own Schools, colleges, universities, museums and arts and sports venues have an important role to play in combating everyday racism too. If one is to understand others, one must first know oneself. To give students and young people an accurate view of the world, education..., must first help them to discover who they are. Only then will they genuinely be able to put themselves in other people's shoes and understand their reactions. Developing such empathy at school, bears fruit in terms of social behaviour throughout life. Specific policy measures for countering racism, such as anti-racism and anti-discrimination policies and complaint mechanisms, need to be implemented to ensure that a supportive environment is created. Members of the whole school community - students, staff, parents and caregivers - need to be aware of their own rights and responsibilities in relation to racial discrimination and be assisted to access complaint mechanisms. Schools need to be positive about diversity and create an environment that makes it possible for everyone to contribute. The range of values, perceptions and ways of interacting with the
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