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Worst Stereotypes about Muslims

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The 21st century has probably seen the worst criticism and assumptions, in relation to both the Christian and Muslim faith. It has been said that the foundation of both religions although very different, is ‘Love’. However because of recent events in the media e.g terrorists attacks, an abundance of negative associations have stuck to Muslims and created harsh stereotypes. In these set of interviews young people of Muslim faith, are asked to discuss the worst stereotypes about Muslims that they know or have been subjected to. One young man tells a shocking story of when he was asked the question…

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Londoners Describe Trump To An Alien!

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Team Trump? Not around here we're not! What’s the difference between an Alien and Donald Trump? Well I have never come into contact with an Alien, but it probably has more decorum than Trump. Trump pretty much stands for everything wrong in this world and the interviewees in this video agree, as they discuss how they would describe Trump to an Alien!             Watch this funny clip below, where a set of young people clamp down on all things Trump … and erm Alien! : https://youtu.be/HzmXyFSO4HY Don’t forget to Subscribe, Like and Keep updated with MadeTV…

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Londoners discuss: How racist are people of colour?

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Racism has been a topic of talk for centuries and today is no different.  In the integrated study by Paula S. Rothernburg she comments: Can people of colour be racist?” I reply, “The answer depends on your definition of racism.” If one defines racism as racial prejudice, the answer is yes. People of colour can and do have racial prejudices. However, if one defines racism as a system of advantage based on race, the answer is no. People of colour are not racist because they do not systematically benefit from racism.. Many people across social networking sites such as Twitter and Facebook often argue that people of colour cannot…

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