Imagine you move to Istanbul. Your daughter attends a Turkish school. On the first day, her classmates want to get to know her: "Tell me, had you already had sex by age 12? How many abortions have you had? Why do you Germans drink so much beer? Why do your priests rape little boys? And German politicians -- are they really all pedophiles? Hopefully your parents won't throw you out at age 16 so you can learn how to stand on your own two feet. And tell me, why do you stick your elderly in nursing homes? And why do you murder Turks because they're Turks? Tell me, what in the world is going on back home?"
Castro recognized that he was premature when he declared racism eliminated and admitted that, despite progress, there were gaps in the original reforms. In the documentary RAZA , Cuban citizens remark that there are equal rights before the law, but equal rights do not mean social equality: society is still racist because of widespread ignorance. [xx] While notable achievements were made in education and employment, areas such as cultural representation, police discrimination and housing lagged behind. Cuba still suffers from the legacy of centuries of discrimination followed by decades of silence.
This is not just a European problem, it’s a global problem. If countries as big as the . and Canada would take in more people, then we would get much closer to a solution. If Donald Trump becomes the next president of the . it would be a complete disaster. I think he is acting like another Hitler by inciting racism . During his . presidential campaign he has suggested the “ total and complete shutdown of Muslims entering the United States ," as well as pledging to build a wall between the . and Mexico to keep illegal immigrants out.