👧 18 yr old on racism in Singapore: Majority race should listen and reflect... 👧

ubtokendotnet

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Voices of Youth: Listen, learn from those who have experienced racism​


We like to think that Singapore is a racially harmonious country, but we cannot take that for granted.

Those in the majority race have to acknowledge the privilege they have. They do not live the experiences of the minority groups and may not understand why certain things they say and do can offend or hurt others.

This makes it all the more important to listen to and uplift those who have experienced racism, instead of denying or turning a blind eye to it.

Instead of taking a defensive stance, those in the majority race should listen and reflect, then ask if what they want to say is an effort to absolve culpability or to accept and change. Only then can we build a racially harmonious country.

Xiu Min, 18

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Recently oso another XDD.. so happy we have precocious citizens.. wa.. :o

 

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Voices of Youth: Listen, learn from those who have experienced racism​


We like to think that Singapore is a racially harmonious country, but we cannot take that for granted.

Those in the majority race have to acknowledge the privilege they have. They do not live the experiences of the minority groups and may not understand why certain things they say and do can offend or hurt others.

This makes it all the more important to listen to and uplift those who have experienced racism, instead of denying or turning a blind eye to it.

Instead of taking a defensive stance, those in the majority race should listen and reflect, then ask if what they want to say is an effort to absolve culpability or to accept and change. Only then can we build a racially harmonious country.

Xiu Min, 18

JC2 student

Ya right
Thats what we need
An 18 year old to preach to all Singaporeans
 

ubtokendotnet

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Ya right
Thats what we need
An 18 year old to preach to all Singaporeans

missed this one recently? lol

 

Joseph12

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missed this one recently? lol

Singapore media scrapping bottom of the barrel to use such comments from teenagers to try to shame Singaporeans
 

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Voices of Youth: Listen, learn from those who have experienced racism​


We like to think that Singapore is a racially harmonious country, but we cannot take that for granted.

Those in the majority race have to acknowledge the privilege they have. They do not live the experiences of the minority groups and may not understand why certain things they say and do can offend or hurt others.

This makes it all the more important to listen to and uplift those who have experienced racism, instead of denying or turning a blind eye to it.

Instead of taking a defensive stance, those in the majority race should listen and reflect, then ask if what they want to say is an effort to absolve culpability or to accept and change. Only then can we build a racially harmonious country.

Xiu Min, 18

JC2 student


Recently oso another XDD.. so happy we have precocious citizens.. wa.. :o

How we know Xiu min is a rccp?
We know that non Chinese director who use Chinese alias to stir racist remarks on line rite…
 

matey1982

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Voices of Youth: Listen, learn from those who have experienced racism​


We like to think that Singapore is a racially harmonious country, but we cannot take that for granted.

Those in the majority race have to acknowledge the privilege they have. They do not live the experiences of the minority groups and may not understand why certain things they say and do can offend or hurt others.

This makes it all the more important to listen to and uplift those who have experienced racism, instead of denying or turning a blind eye to it.

Instead of taking a defensive stance, those in the majority race should listen and reflect, then ask if what they want to say is an effort to absolve culpability or to accept and change. Only then can we build a racially harmonious country.

Xiu Min, 18

JC2 student


Recently oso another XDD.. so happy we have precocious citizens.. wa.. :o

ok JC2 XDD or XMM

noted
 

daryl76

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regardless if u are majority or minority, there's always a chance of experiencing racism.... knn

talking cock this xmm
 
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