Of course. They didn't grow up with shooting stars that fly across the television screen leaving a trail of letters in its wake and Gi Joe both stating "Now you know"

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Nope. That would be agism.<br />
People are racist when they fear differences or loss without justifiable proof.<br />
Each new wave of a new kind of foreigner produces a corresponding wave of fresh prejudice and anxiety.<br />
Or in areas of conflict, <br />
the education system often perpetuates it by teaching the atrocities and wrongs of the other.<br />
Much racism is associated with class and socio-economic conditions.<br />
Statistically the less educated people are, the more likely they are to be racially or religiously biased.<br />
However that only defines likelihood so should never be assumed.

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Not on either side of my family. But it does seem that way, especially in the USA.

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Yes by a long way, my Granny is awful, I have to keep warning her about what she says about Asians, and I love my Granny and she may be correct, but I know what is allowed now, maybe I am wrong at 22.

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That explains some of it.

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Seems that way. Racism was much more accepted generations ago. Just look at the Civil Rights movement in the US. We always think of black civil rights, but I've sen photos of Florida in the 1920s with "No Jews Allowed" signs on businesses, and there were many anti-Chinese laws well into the 20th Century.

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and some of those people are still living. With a chip on their ol shoulder

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Yup. For all the progress we've made, it still goes on. :(

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Dumber as they get older?

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