bye Banned Oct 25, 2017 4,373 Phoenix, AZ Jan 20, 2020 #1 Been thinking about this lately due to an attitude some seem to have on this forum that racist people are helpless and that making inroads to them is useless. I often remind myself of this article, which is probably one of the most memorable reads of the past couple years. It's about how the son of the Stormfront founder sees the light and acknowledges his racist past, and how he begins to move forward and repent. It wasn't because of someone shouting at him and calling him a racist, which only fueled him in the past, but because someone of color genuinely talked to him as a friend and treated him like a human being, was inclusive of him despite him being distant. There's also a clear connection between class struggle and racism, with often the most poor and uneducated parts of the country being the most racist. When it comes to addressing this, often you'll hear people advocate they don't deserve a better life or a vote because they are racist. That doing nothing seems to be the solution. And you also have people claim that maybe we should just wait for them to die to their kids can grow up in a more tolerant world and therefore be less racist. This has proven to be nothing but a fantasy with kids adopting the same ideology as their parents. So what do you think are ammiplcable solutions to helping reduce racism for future generations? I don't think it's possible to completely wipe it out, but clearly we can do more.