30 Oct '11, 10am

Racism Through a Blind Man’s Eyes

Racism Through a Blind Man’s Eyes

It is quite easy to postulate that our known experiences define our zone of familiarity or comfort. Anything falling out of the ordinary would alarm us. How sensitive are we? How about if a person speaks the same language with a slightly different accent, a person who has a small tattoo on his neck, a man who likes to wear make-up, a person who seems to have a slightly different skin tone. Our cognitive filter would pick that up in seconds. Our minds are well equipped with preconceived ideas of “us” and “them”. Many of us will find it slightly disconcerting when we first talk to strangers. Our minds are busy or distracted with questions trying to place or pre-judge them. We call them strangers – strange people – people with whom we are not familiar or accustomed to, or people different from us/you. In that logic, we are all rather hard-wired racists.

Full article: http://www.loyarburok.com/2011/10/30/racism-blind-mans-eyes/


Feast Your Eyes On Halloween - The UrbanWire

Feast Your Eyes On Halloween - The UrbanWire

theurbanwire.com 30 Oct '11, 8am

Oct 31 may seem like just your regular day, but in some countries, it’s when everyone celebrates Halloween. However, some ...

Tin Pei Ling is one of the many reasons causing...

blinkymummy.blogspot.com 03 Nov '11, 3am

This site requires JavaScript.

Meet.me Through my Eyes......

ricksblog.com 10 Nov '11, 6pm

As Mike Berkens article points out the sale of Meet.me is now final and an investment of less than $2000 less than 3 years...