Racial equality

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Racial equality means different things in different contexts. It mostly deals with an equal regard to all races.

It can refer to a belief in biological equality of all human races.

It can also refer to social equality for people of different races. It is a stated goal of most current political movements. The divergence of any particular society from a state of racial equality is often contested by members of that society of different races.

By understanding the human identity is unique since we are the only mammals that have ability to think and plan, we must show respect their rights since we are the same human beings. Educating ourselves and keep moving out from our own stereotypes boundaries, we can easily overcome the racism issues in our society.[1]

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  1. ^ Rose, P. I. (1965). They And Me. New York, NY: Random House, Inc.