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We can’t end racism

Because we’re all racists

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Racism is inevitable and it will never go away. It’s like body odour. When we’re too hot, our bodies perspire to cool down, and the liquid produced doesn’t smell good. When people of different ethnicities intermingle, they are evidently different. Even if they share all of the same opinions, beliefs and values, that doesn’t change their skin colour, their physical characteristics, or…

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Nasar Karim

Nasar Karim

BSc Psychology. Writer. Dreamer. Poet. Addicted to risk.

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