JOHN F. MALONEY 11/23/2012
MR. KIRK BEING CATHOLIC
Reflection regarding racism
Ever since the 1950's as well as the 1960's, there has always been an intense, frequent in addition to ruthless battle among territories specifically with regards to depictions of racism. Followed by that, throughout national history, racism was at one point, if not to this very day, to be considered the boarder of boundary between a caucasian civilian and african civilian. However, it wasn't only among caucasian citizens and african citizens. In fact, racism could thought to have been a problematic situation between races of all known characteristics. It was initially considered that despite what individuals are capable of, good or evil, one's physical color make the only exception. Therefore, even today, discrimination as mentioned remains occurring.
Furthermore, another form of detail that is still transpiring is derogatory terminology towards certain groups of ethnicities. In today's society, particular expressions, especially those primarily considered offensive, are used as both a verbal offense tactic or "humorous clowning around", as certain groups would classify by. Even though given terms may not be used as a deliberate insult to an individual, there is always a possibility that the comment could impact one's inner feelings. For example, picture in mind a verbal altercation between two people. The two individuals involved in the conversation are of diverse racial and/or ethnic backgrounds. Moreover, the moment of debate amongst them accelerates to the point where either one of the two happened to have "crossed the line" and in the same process mentioned details of racial, sexual and/or nationality superiority or simply put disdainfulness, well of course, there is very likely to be some form of negative vibes pertaining to personal backgrounds. Followed by that, it could emerge from verbal to physical violence. Mainly, incidents can become...