if you're anti-racist, do you still have prejudices??

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    like if you hate racism, you're classist or ageist?

    (Original post by dan.lunnux)
    like if you hate racism, you're classist or ageist?
    all people are prejudice they are just prejudiced again different things (e.g. weight, social class, educational level, ageist and many more prejudices) It part of human nature.

    Everyone is prejudiced to some degree. The best way to manage this is to recognise and ignore your own prejudices. See someone, recognise your preconceptions and discard them. Only then can you talk to someone as an individual rather than as a set of assumed criteria.

    Prejudice is a good thing. Without it we
    Would all be clones all thinking and liking the same thing.

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